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bio website serverfault.com/users/168707/…
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I became a programmer just a few years ago, and my agenda has always been to eventually make indie games and use them for missions work. At this time though, I generally work on jail and prison sotware, using predominantly ActionScript 3.0 and Visual Basic .NET. Generally I work with video chat and monitoring software, often including a logistical interface for operators at the facilities. I hope to eventually use the valuable experience from my current job as a springboard for my long-term goals as a programmer and a Christian.


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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
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comment Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
Awesome, thanks! I did run into one little platform snag with IE though, so I had to change IP.x to DNS.x to fool IE into thinking the IP was DNS. Somebody else had run into the same problem earlier and started a short thread about it: connect.microsoft.com/IE/feedback/details/814744/…
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comment Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
... pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/… for utilizing a config file (I know the last one is for a specific system, but I tried to take the more general aspects from it and apply them); I also tried to look a little bit more into an overall view of what SSL is, etc. Especially if it could be applied to the steps in one the first two tutorials mentioned, what are the steps to integrate this into creating and using the certificate?
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comment Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
Thanks. It looks like my supervisor is still wanting me to go ahead and try to use IP addresses, if possible. Before the Labor Day weekend, I really tried to apply this approach, and I was having trouble getting it to work. I eventually scrapped my previous method for generating a self-signed certificate and tried to use other tutorials, including blog.didierstevens.com/2008/12/30/…, akadia.com/services/ssh_test_certificate.html, etc. for the certificate, and ..
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comment Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
Even for a test server, you shouldn't use IPs?
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revised Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
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comment Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
Through the IP address.
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asked Steps to produce a self-signed certficate(s) that, after being trusted, will work for two different IPs without a security warning
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awarded  Student
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asked In the Local Security Policy, how do you avoid putting “IIS APPPOOL\” before “DefaultAppPool”?
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