Remotely hosted web-application using HTTPS sometimes gives "SecurityError"
When using a remotely hosted web-application using "HTTPS":
Some browsers will give a "SecurityError" if attempting to connect insecurely using web sockets.
We recommend that you install Ranger Remote with WebSocket Secure (WSS) enabled. Enabling WSS at install time will:
- Install SSL certificates for the loopback address to the Microsoft Certificate Store
- Install SSL certificates for the loopback address to the Firefox certificate database
- Configure Ranger Remote for a WSS connection through the loopback address
option to enable WSS in Ranger Remote is made available at install time
through the installer UI or as a command line option.
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