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No option to accept self-signed SSL certificates #63

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nkadel-skyhook opened this Issue Feb 1, 2017 · 4 comments

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nkadel-skyhook commented Feb 1, 2017

It can be very awkward, and expensive, to generate signed SSL certificates for Rundeck test environments. I'd like to be able to tell the "rd" command that it's OK to accept a self-signed certificate, at least for specifically designated hosts, but I'm having some difficulty finding the best way to allow this without laboriously creating my own personal .jks for every developer or admin who might need to test my server with me.

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Is there a timetable on when a fresh RPM build will be available with this patch?

nkadel-skyhook commented Feb 2, 2017

Is there a timetable on when a fresh RPM build will be available with this patch?

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I am doing some more fixes and will make a new release later today

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gschueler commented Feb 2, 2017

I am doing some more fixes and will make a new release later today

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oCHRISo Feb 8, 2017

Can you let us know when you have a new release and what version it is?

oCHRISo commented Feb 8, 2017

Can you let us know when you have a new release and what version it is?

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it is in the latest release, 1.0.7

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gschueler commented Feb 8, 2017

it is in the latest release, 1.0.7

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