The use of certificates for authentication replaces or augments traditional username/password credentials, and requires that someone or something possess a unique user, computer, or device certificate instead of, or in addition to, knowledge of a username and password.
Certificates are particularly useful to confirm identify of users and systems across Windows domains, using a concept; or in the absence of Windows networking when domain login using Kerberos is unavailable, for example, client computers in "workgroup" mode only.
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When I researched this error on the Internet, every case mentioned that this can happen when there is no trust between the domain or when no trusted host is set. I tried addressing the issue on other computers and it was working fine.
This release includes some minor enhancements alongside a few major changes in look and behavior.
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(Note that “Lync” base profile was renamed to “Skype” in version 5.5.1, but they function the same.) When a VVX phone is set to Generic then the Web Configuration Utility will be enabled by default, but as this phone is or will be used with Lync/Sf B environments it is best to set or confirm this parameter before doing anything else.
Back when UCS 5.3 was released a new default behavior was defined for the Lync base profile which automatically disabled the embedded web server.
This chapter provides an overview of the new features available in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c.
To the IT pro, a certificate is a small digital document that is used for proving identity.
When a web site is encrypted by a certificate, the owner of the certificate proves to the viewer of the content a match between the DNS name, the website name, and the certificate name in a process known as the secure socket layer (SSL).