Do you ever kind of get sick of the way RPG is kicked around? I do too, but I guess in this article I'll do some of the kicking because, in some ways, it's our own fault.
Written by David Shirey
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Introduction to Configuring iAccess Servers to use SSL
Due to popular demand, Carol has updated her presentation on configuring iAccess to use SSL sessions to include, not just the step-by-step configuration guidance but also a discussion on the benefits and challenges of using certificates from a well-known CA (Certificate Authority) vs a self-signed certificate as well as practical tips for enterprise implementation.