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Enabling HTTPS access to inSync Admin Console and inSync Web

Enabling HTTPS access

By default, inSync uses the HTTP protocol for allowing access to the inSync Admin Console and inSync Web. However, you can secure access to inSync Admin Console and inSync Web by using the secure HTTP (HTTPS) protocol.

When you enable HTTPS protocol, upload your organization's SSL certificate on the inSync server. If you do not upload your organization's SSL certificate, inSync server uses a self-signed certificate. Because this certificate is self-signed, an untrusted certificate alert is displayed while accessing inSync Admin Console or inSync Web.

Note: Druva recommends that in a production environment, you load an SSL certificate. If you choose to not load your organization's SSL certificate, educate your users about the untrusted certificate message.

Before you begin: If you plan to load an SSL certificate, obtain a .pem certificate from a Certificate Authority and export it without the private key to a folder on your computer.

 

To enable HTTPS access

  1. On the menu bar, click Manage > Settings.
  2. Click the Network tab.
  3. Under Network Settings, click Edit.
  4. Select HTTPS access to Admin Console and End-User Web UI.
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  5. Click the folder icon to select the SSL certificate that you want to upload.
Note: If you do not load your organization's SSL certificate, inSync server uses a self-signed certificate. 
  1. Click Save.
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