000019154 - Enabling Secure Socket Layer (SSL) between Web UI on JRun and a web browser

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Article Number000019154
Applies ToMicrosoft Windows NT 4.0 SP6
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
RSA ClearTrust 4.6.1
RSA ClearTrust
Jrun 3.x
IssueEnabling Secure Socket Layer (SSL) between Web UI on JRun and a web browser
Resolution** Note: ENSURE that you have a working Web UI running on JRun before enabling Secure Socket Layer (SSL) with a JRun Web Server (JWS) **

This solution is a pointer to a section in the JRun Setup Guide that explains how to configure JRun to use SSL.  This will enable secure connections to the Web UI running on JRun using the configured SSL port, which by default is port 443.
- e.g. https://<hostname>/servlet/SCManager

Please note that during the JRun Server installation, documentation is copied into the following directory structure: C:\Program Files\Allaire\JRun\docs\pdf
- setup.pdf is the JRun Setup Guide

Look for a sub-section called 'Using Secure Socket Layer with a JWS' in the JRun Setup Guide under a section called Configuring JRun Servers in the JRun Management Console chapter.
- this provides a step-by-step guide through the SSL wizard.
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