Citrix Password Manager 4.5 & SSL Certificates

Posted on 2008-10-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Is it possible to use a self signed SSL certificate with Password Manager 4.5, or do I have to get a CA to create the certifcate then install it on each server? Any help would be appreciated.


Currently I have 4 Citrix servers, the password management agent is going to be installed on all 4. As well as the consoles, but they will all be using the same central store (NTFS) shared on a domain controller.

I don't believe 4.1 required a SSL certificate for the servers, however, 4.5 does any thoughts?
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