|Configuring View Security Server - Security Server Configuration|
|Written by Tom Hirt|
|Thursday, 26 February 2009 16:07|
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Security Server Configuration
Now that we have deployed the Security server and configured the Connection server, we need to establish communications between the Security server located in the DMZ and the Connection server located within our internal network. We first begin by creating a locked.properties file. The locked.properties file provides inbound connection details so that the Security server can communicate with the Connection server. We will use the View Administrator interface to generate the locked.properties file.
(If you are not on the Configuration screen from the View Administrator Console, use your web brower and navigate there now.)From the "Configuration" screen, locate the Security Servers section. Click the "Add" link to add a Security server. In the Add Security Server window, enter the FQDN of the Security server as the "Server name" and the external FQDN of the Security server as the "External URL":
Highlight the name of your Security Sever and then click the "Create Configuration File" link:
Your web browser will prompt you to save the file. Save the file as locked.properties (with no extension.) Ensure the Save as type is set to "All Files". If the save as type is not set to All Files, Windows will attempt to append a .txt to the filename and you will have to rename the file after you have saved it.
Copy the locked.properties file to the following location on the Security server:
C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware View\Server\sslgateway\conf
* Note: Your actual path may vary if you changed the default installation folder when installing the Security server.
Once the locked.properties file has been copied to the Security server, restart the View Security Server service from the Security Server for the changes to take affect.
Test your newly configured View Security server from a external host using a web browser or the View client with the external address of the Security server (https://view.tcpdump.com). Great work! Now go grab a beer!seoslave.com to configure your website.
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