the first two warning are a indication which is asking to change the default zone and subzone conifugration on the VCS!!
you should keep it as "check credentials"
what is the configuration you have on default zone and subzones??
the third warning is again a configuration saying the connection between the TMS and VCS is not TLS which means not encrypted..i think while doing the configuration you didn't choose to use under the connection settings!!
if you have to use TLS between TMS and VCS then you need to upload necessary certificates..
The important part with x7.2 is that it now has a built in CSR (certificate signing request) page. using which you can generate the CSR for the VCS and then pass on this to the domain admin and they can issue the certificate for the VCS (.PEM file).
prior to x7.2 we ued to do this task using open SSL and which i definitely think is cumbersome process and x7.2 made life easier..
Yes there is an issue with the feedback to TMS for CDR - see CSCub66229 for more information. This does not exist in X7.1, it is only in X7.2
So if you use that you may be better off staying with X7.1 - there are instructions for generating certificates in X7.1 in the document that I linked to above - the Certificate generation and use deployment guide.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.