The certificate must be stored in a Java keystore file named keystore.jks in order for Remote Control to use it, and then you need to modify the Remote Control server.properties file.
To import a certificate from OpenSSL to the keystore:
1 Copy the PKCS #12 certificate file to:
[Avalanche installation directory]\Avalanche\jre\bin
2 From a command line, navigate to the same directory and use the command:
keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore certificate.p12 -srcstoretype PKCS12 -deststoretype JKS -destkeystore keystore.jks
where certificate.p12 is the name of the certificate.
3 Enter a destination keystore password and verify it.
4 Enter the pass phrase associated with the certificate.
5 Copy the JKS certificate to the following location:
[Remote Control installation directory]\cfg
6 In the [Remote Control installation directory]\cfg directory, open the server.properties file with a text editor such as Notepad.
7 Change this line:
Global.Script.Edit.User = all
Global.Script.Edit.User = amcadmin
8 Add the following lines to the end of the file:
AMC.Server.Type = 2
Web.HTTPS.Enable = 1
Web.SSL.KeyPassword = password
Web.SSL.KeyStore = cfg/keystore
Web.SSL.MaxIdleTime = 60000
Web.SSL.Port = 8900
where password is the password associated with the SSL certificate.
9 Save the server.properties file.
10 Restart the Remote Control Server.
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