Software Deployment Question

Does an RSA (Ver 3.7.113042) need the same Security Certificates as the K2 (Version 3.7.116629)

11/17/2015 789 views
We have finally gotten to the point that we are distributing RSA's over the 1500 sq miles PCC spans.  We have a standard "Verisign" cert on our K2, as well as the public key and intermediate cert., do we need to put the same commercial cert/s on our RSA's?

Larry Reaney
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if your certificate is a wildcard one (*.yourdomain.com) you can use the same certificate on your K2000 and RSAs but it is not required to use the certificate everywhere.
If your certificate is only for a single common name (k2000.yourdomain.com) you cannot use the certificate on a server with a different name.
Anyway is not a requirement to enable the SSL on all your K2000 infrastructure if you do not want to do so.
 Kind regards,
 Marco - StockTrader 
Answered 12/07/2015 by: StockTrader
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