The Intel® Multi-Server Manager and Intel® Active System Console supports secure transport using SSL/TLS. SSL/TLS uses a self-signed certificate because of which the browsers will throw an "Untrusted Connection" warning.
The following are screen shots of this warning on Microsoft Windows* and Linux* operating systems
The certificate used is a self-signed one. All modern browsers (example would be Microsoft Internet Explorer*, Mozilla Firefox*) will detect self-signed certificate and give a warning that the “certificate is invalid” since the authority that signed the certificate is not a publicly acknowledged authority.
Users can override the warning and accept the certificate. Do this only if the certificate originated from the application (by making sure to launch the application from a trusted network and add the certificate to the trusted list). Once a certificate is accepted, the warning goes away as long as you launch the application from the same client.
| Red Hat Linux *, Windows Server 2008 *, SUSE Linux *, Windows Server 2003 *
This applies to: