This article describes how to configure the Verified Directory for PGP Universal Server 2.5 and above. This allows internal users to manage the publishing of their own public keys. The PGP Verified Directory serves as a replacement for the PGP Keyserver product.
HOW TO: Configure the PGP Verified Directory on PGP Universal ServerThe PGP Verified Directory gives you the option of hosting a Web-accessible keyserver for the public keys of your internal or external users. This feature is optional; you do not have to enable it. You can choose whether to allow your internal users or external users, or both, to submit their keys.
|Note: You must add a Verified Directory Key to the PGP Universal Server before you allow users outside your managed domain to submit keys.|
Enabling the PGP Verified Directory
Configuring the PGP Verified Directory
Clustering and the PGP Verified DirectoryInternal user keys submitted through the PGP Verified Directory are replicated throughout a cluster. However, submitted external user keys are not replicated.