Handling trusted certificates warning messages in your browser and clients
Kiuwan on Premises installer tool provides default certificates for the default host name, signed by a supplied CA (Certificate Authority).
The CA public certificate is provided in this file:
In order to make your browser trust the supplied certificates, you will need to add this CA to your browser, and Java clients that access your Kiuwan on premises installation:
- Fixefox, Chrome, Edge: import cacert.pem by using the tools provided by the browsers.
- Java clients (Kiuwan for developers Eclipse, Kiuwan for developers JetBrains, Jenkins, KLA, etc): add the provided cacert.pem to the JRE keystore used by the client. Please refer to the official documentation of your JRE distribution about the Java keytool program.
- Windows clients (Kiuwan for developers VisualStudio): import cacert.pem by using the tools provided by Windows (certmgr.msc).
- Multiplatform clients (Kiuwan for developers VisualStudioCode): import cacert.pem by using the tools provided by your OS.
Please refer to the Managing certificates section for a complete explanation on how to correctly handle this situation depending on your installation configuration.
Kiuwan on premise supplies two user accounts: