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RobP
Quartz | Level 8

When I originally performed my installation of SAS Office Analytics, there was a step that allowed me to choose between HTTP and HTTPS.  As I didn't have a certificate handy at the time I just chose HTTP.

 

I now have a certificate (self signed if it makes any difference, site is internal use only) and want to reconfigure it.  I've tried looking around for some documentation but my google fu is failing me.  Is someone able to help me list the steps I should follow to do this?

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RobP
Quartz | Level 8
Exactly what I was looking for - thankyou!
alexal
SAS Employee

@RobP,

 

You are welcome!

RobP
Quartz | Level 8

@alexal Do you know if it's possible to use a self-signed certificate for this process? 

alexal
SAS Employee

@RobP ,

 

Yes, that is possible. 

RobP
Quartz | Level 8

Confirmed that this process does work with self-signed certificates (I just got it working with one).

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