The first part of my question is about certificate based authentication. Is there any way, after having chosen Basic Authentication in the installation, to switch to Certificate based authentication for the registry (other than reinstall)?
The second part is about using a two-way handshake SSL authentication. How would I go about doing that, could you point me to existing documentation about this (if any, because I looked but might have missed it) - basically interested in information key store/trust store creation/management and generation/export/import of server/client certificates.
Thanks in advance for your help :)
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Updated on 2012-06-18T08:15:30Z at 2012-06-18T08:15:30Z by IvanIliev
UmeshParulekar 2700042VP01 Post
Re: Certificate based authentication and SSL two way handshake questions2012-06-15T14:14:33ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.For the first part, For the Registry server there is no way to switch from Basic Authentication to Certificate based authentication other than reinstall. However if you have Registry server installed with Certificate based authentication, you can set it up to fall back to Basic Authentication (if certificate authentication fails). You can do it by setting a check box on the "Global Security" -> "Web security - General settings" on WebSphere console page.
some of these links may help with the second question
IvanIliev 2700056JGC4 Posts
Re: Certificate based authentication and SSL two way handshake questions2012-06-18T08:15:30ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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