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How do I unlock a Linux system in IBM's Director Console?

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Whenever I try to do the "Request Access" task, I get an error saying "Unable to access encrypted target system."  I know that SSH works between the director server and the agent, and vice-versa.  Is there some certificate that needs to be passed around?
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Check the Console and selected "Encryption Preferences" and disabled encryption on the server. Some Director Agents are encrypted by default and other are not.

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After trying various settings we were unable to get the Linux machines to properly connect with Director so we abandoned using Director.
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