troubleshooting Question

setting ssl_type = Any resulted in denied access for a mySql remote account

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After setting the ssl_type to 'ANY' as per CIS hardening
benchmark for our mySql, access was denied.

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We're running RHEL 7 OS
mySql_appmssl2.jpg
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