I have installed "click to call" and regarding calls when I use this application everything is fine. BUT ... every time I want to place calls using click to call, security alert appears on the screen although I have installed CUCM certificate .
I've installed the certificates as advised on other posts, also under "Click to Call Preferences" I have tried using both server name and IP address. All this has done is that instead of getting 2 security alerts I am now only getting one.
to be the HOSTNAME of the server (not the ip), it must be the name that the certificate is showing when you try to install it. Only modifiy that, do not remove the extra spaces in the file. Import the key under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies
At first I also had this security alert popping up twice, then: - installed callmanager certification on the client PC
after this, I have the alert message only once.
then I've also modified (just to be sure if this not the cause of the issue) - 'hosts' file including the IP address and the name of the CUCM, but the issue is the same, getting the error but still once. (but now I can put the CUCM name instead of the IP address into the C2C application)
What step is still missing to get rid of this alert message?
Do I also need to use a trusted certificate for the CUCM pages too?
I know this thread is a little dated, but thanks for the info, that worked for us! Problem was that C2C would not save the updated webdialer info. We had mistakenly put in the IP address instead of actual name on cert during the initial setup.
We are using self generated certs if this helps anyone else out there.
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