CommsAllowUnencrypted

Deprecated: The CommsAllowUnencrypted configuration parameter is deprecated for Distributed Action Handler version 10.8.0 and later. Instead of using ACI encryption, HP recommends configuring Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connections between ACI servers and applications. For more information, see Secure Socket Layer Parameters.

The CommsAllowUnencrypted configuration parameter is still available for existing implementations, but it might be incompatible with new functionality. The parameter might be deleted in future.

Accept unencrypted requests. Type true to allow the server to accept unencrypted requests.

Type false, to instruct the server to ignore unencrypted requests.

If you set CommsAllowUnencrypted to false and the server receives an unencrypted request, it returns an error that unencrypted communications are disallowed.

Type: Boolean
Default: True
Required: No
Configuration Section: ACIEncryption
Example: CommsAllowUnencrypted=false
See Also:

CommsEncryptionTEAKeys

CommsEncryptionType










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