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Endpoint Protection 14.2 clients fail to communicate with the Endpoint Protection Manager when using a self-signed certificate created with openssl
Article ID: 172400
When utilizing a self-signed certificate created with openssl, Endpoint Protection (SEP) clients running 14.2 will not communication with the Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) when "Verify certificate when using HTTPS protocol" is enabled and the certificate is installed in the local computer's certificate store under "Trusted Root Certificate Authorities."
14.2 SEP Client
"Verify certificate when using HTTPS protocol" enabled
Self-signed certificate installed on the client under local computer > trusted root certificate authorities