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Unable to configure SSL in Confluence in Windows Server

Hi All,


We are unable to configure SSL in Confluence in Windows Server, 

We have tried with  "Portecle " import CA reply  ,

Its throwing error with could not establish trust for the ca reply. the import cannot proceed.

Please help.

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do it the easy way:

* Use a reverse proxy server (Apache HTTPD or NGINX) 

It's pretty easy to setup & you don't have to merge any certificate files into a Java keystore.

Please check:

if this is solution for you.

Another advantage:

You can run all Atlassian tools (and other tools as well) using a single URL eg: other tools...

without configuring SSL all the time.

Anyway, you will need SSL on the Confluence site directly, IF the traffic between the proxy server and Confluence needs to be encrypted. This depends on your security requirements & network infrastructure.



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