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Obtaining SSL Certificates

You need to obtain a certificate for these situations:

To secure the connection between smart devices and the smart device server. This step is mandatory if you connect Android or iOS devices to Avalanche. For more information, see Importing a Certificate for the Smart Device Server.

To secure the connection between Avalanche and the Central File Store. This step is mandatory if you use the Central File Store. For more information, see Using the Central File Store.

To secure the connection between the Avalanche Web Console and the Avalanche web server. This step is mandatory if you use Android Enterprise. For more information, see Accessing the Web Console Over an HTTPS Connection.

To secure the connection between the remote control servers and devices. This step is mandatory if you use remote control. For more information, see Using Remote Control.

When you use a certificate for a secure connection, we strongly recommend that you purchase a certificate through a third-party certificate authority (such as DigiCert or Verisign). Utilizing a certificate authority tells clients that your server information was verified by a trusted source and is authentic.

If you install the Avalanche web server, smart device server, or Remote Control Server on different systems, you need either a wildcard certificate or a certificate for each system where those components are installed.

ClosedCreating a Certificate Request for a Certificate Authority

ClosedConverting a Certificate to PKCS #12

For information about implementing certificates, see the following sections:

Importing a Certificate for the Smart Device Server

Using the Central File Store

Accessing the Web Console Over an HTTPS Connection

Using Remote Control


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