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Re: tsl troubles
--On Saturday, September 04, 2004 1:06 PM -0700 "Kurt D. Zeilenga"
At 12:40 PM 9/4/2004, SUBREDU Manuel wrote:
Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
At 11:45 AM 9/4/2004, SUBREDU Manuel wrote:
This doesn't require client certificates, just an server certificate.
A client certificate would only be needed if the LDAP client desired
to use TLS-based client authentication.
Hmmm .. you are saying that the client can connect to the server using
_just_ the server certificate ?
Much like when you use a web browser to visit a web site. Your web browser
doesn't need to present a client certificate to create an encrypted
session. Just the web server needs to have a server certificate. The web
browser just needs to have the CA's available to validate the server's cert.
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