SSL Installation on Qmail

SSL Installation on Qmail Qmail is a secure, reliable, efficient, simple message transfer agent. It is designed for typical Internet-connected UNIX hosts. As of October 2001, qmail is the second most common SMTP server on the Internet and has by far the fastest growth of any SMTP server. Secure: Security isn’t just a goal but an absolute requirement. Mail delivery is critical for users; it cannot be turned off, so it must be completely secure. Reliable: qmail’s straight-paper-path philosophy guarantees that a message will never be lost once accepted into the system. Qmail also optionally supports maildir, a new, super-reliable user mailbox format. Efficient: On a Pentium under BSD/OS, qmail can easily sustain 200000 local messages per day—that’s separate messages […]

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SSL Installation Instructions on Novell I-Chain

Novell’s iChain platform addresses the demands of B2B systems in a way that greatly simplifies their deployment and usability, especially in a multivendor environment. Novell iChain 1.5 is an integrated solution designed to securely link all the disparate elements of your network into one secure infrastructure. The iChain solution leverages Novell’s Internet Caching System (ICS) to secure access to company information and databases. On the back end, iChain leverages NDS eDirectory to serve as a single repository of users’ authentication information and access control privileges. As a foundation for eBusiness solutions, iChain provides these core services: Installation services Proxy services Authentication services Authorization services Web Single Sign-On services Management services Community services The iChain ICS component provides the installation, proxy, […]

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SSL Installation instructions on Novell ConsoleOne

ConsoleOne is a Java-based tool for managing your network and its resources. Some of its core functionality includes managing Novell eDirectory objects, schema, partitions, and replicas. In addition, complete NetWare server management is readily available, such as managing users, groups, printing, directory, and application access, as well as accessing other NetWare services. With the additions of snap-ins, several other Novell products can also be managed, including DirXML, NDS Authentication Services, NFS, Native File Access, Novell Cluster Services, NSS, GroupWise Server, OnDemand, ZENworks, iChain, and many more. Starting next month, we’ll look at some of these snap-ins. SSL INSTALLATION: Download the Primary, Intermediate, and Root certificate files from your DigiCert account. Import the root and intermediate certificates into Internet Explorer On […]

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How to install the SSL certificate on Juniper Netscreen?

The Juniper Networks Secure Services Gateway 500 Series (SSG) represents a new class of purpose-built security appliances that delivers a perfect mix of high-performance, security, and LAN/WAN connectivity for regional and branch office deployments. With proven network and application-level protection, the SSG 550 and SSG 520 can be implemented as standalone security devices to stop worms, Spyware, Trojans, malware, and other emerging attacks. In addition, the SSG 500 Series combines security and LAN routing functionality from the market-leading firewall appliances running ScreenOS with best-in-class routing hardware and WAN protocols from the Juniper Networks J-series routers and JUNOS. The result is a high-performance security platform that can be deployed as a combination firewall and routing device for those customers who wish […]

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Instructions to install SSL on Microsoft Office Communications Server

Instructions to install SSL on Microsoft Office Communications Server Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) is a server-based software product that provides organizations with a rich set of integrated Enterprise communications technologies in a single platform. The key features of OCS are: Enterprise Instant Messaging and Presence. Desktop Audio and Video Conferencing (peer-to-peer and multi-party). Web Conferencing, Desktop Sharing and Application Sharing. Enterprise Voice capabilities (similar to PBX functionality). Dial-In (PSTN) Audio Conferencing. Group Chat (also known as Persistent Chat). SSL Installation Steps: Open the ZIP file containing your certificate. Copy your_domain_name.cer the Office Communications Server where you generated the CSR. On the server click Start, then Programs, then Administrative Tools, and then click Office Communications Server 2007. Expand the snap-in […]

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SSL Installation on Outlook Web Access

Introduction Outlook Web Access is a full-featured, web-based email client with the look and feel of the Outlook client. With OWA, users can access their mailboxes from any Internet connection regardless of whether or not the computer is equipped with Outlook. OWA provides most of the same functionality found in Outlook, including the familiar, easy-to-use interface, and the essential tools needed to create a professional email (spell check, signatures, HTML support and more). In addition to email, OWA allows users to access their calendars, contacts, tasks and folders through a secure connection, just like they would in the office. Users can also search their old email, set up or edit out of office notifications, manage junk mail settings, and more. […]

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Microsoft AD FS SSL installation Instructions

Active Directory Federation Service (AD FS) enables Federated Identity and Access Management by securely sharing digital identity and entitlements rights across security and enterprise boundaries. AD FS extends the ability to use single sign-on functionality that is available within a single security or enterprise boundary to Internet-facing applications to enable customers, partners, and suppliers a streamlined user experience while accessing the web-based applications of an organization. SSL Installation steps: a. Using the DigiCert Certificate Utility to Import the SSL Certificate to Your AD FS Server After we validate and issue your SSL Certificate, you can use the DigiCert® Certificate Utility for Windows to import the file to your Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services server. On your Windows 2012/2012R2 AD FS […]

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How to install SSL certificates on Mac OS X Mavericks Server & Yosemite Server

Apple OS X Mavericks is version 10.9 of the OS X computer operating system. New features in OS X Mavericks include inactive memory compression, enhanced support for multiple displays and iCloud Keychain, a built-in password generation, storage and security application. OS X Mavericks debuted at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2013. Mavericks is named after a famous surfing location in Northern California. It is the first version of OS X that is not named after a type of cat; previous versions included Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard and Tiger. The first version of OS X, Cheetah, debuted in 2001, replacing the original Macintosh operating system, Mac OS. Installation Steps: Open the ZIP file containing your SSL Certificate and save the […]

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How to install SSL Certificate on MAC OS X lion?

Introduction: Apple’s Mac OS X Lion is version 10.7 of Apple Computer’s flagship Mac OS X operating system for Macintosh desktop and server computers. The Lion OS release is the eighth update to Mac OS X, superceding the following earlier updates for the operating system: “Cheetah” (v10.0), “Puma” (v10.1), “Jaguar” (v10.2), “Panther” (v10.3), “Tiger” (v10.4), “Leopard” (v10.5) and “Snow Leopard” (v10.6).Among Lion’s many new features are a new dashboard interface called Mission Control, a Launchpad feature that provides instant access to your apps, new Auto Save and Versions features for protecting you from losing work, a new FileVault security feature, an upgraded Mail 5 tool, a new Resume feature, improved capabilities for finding and launching applications, enhanced support for multi-touch […]

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Instructions to Install SSL Certificate on Lync 2013

Introduction: Microsoft Lync 2013 combines instant messaging, VoIP calling, live meetings, and videoconferencing, but it’s more than the sum of these parts. Although Lync integrates with almost any PBX, it puts the PC at the center of communications so effectively that it could send your current phone system packing. Lync provides clear VoIP calling and crisp videoconferencing without requiring special network accommodations. It integrates with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, and Microsoft Office, bringing user presence information to Outlook and SharePoint team sites and allowing instant messages and phone calls to be initiated with a click. SSL Installation steps On the Windows Start menu, click the Lync Deployment Wizard icon. Click Install (or Update) Lync Server System. In the Lync Server […]

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