Step 7 - (Optional) Enable Secured Sockets Layer (SSL) Authentication

Configuring the SSL authentication provides enhanced login security while allowing users to access a higher performance connection.
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Configuring the SSL authentication provides enhanced login security while allowing users to access a higher performance connection.
Perform the following steps to enable SSL authentication in CA Service Management.
Configure SSL Authentication in the Products of the Solution
You must first configure SSL authentication in each product you installed as part of the solution.
For information on how to configure SSL authentication in the products of the solution see the following information:
Run the SSL Authentication Batch File
After you installed CA Service Management and configured SSL authentication, you must the run the SSL authentication batch file.
Follow these steps:
  1. Navigate to [ISO_ROOT]\\DBCleanupUtility.
  2. Run the UpdateScriptUSS.bat batch file.
Enable SSL Integration
After you configured SSL authentication in each of the products, you must enable SSL integration through the common administration user interface.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to Unified Self-Service as an Administrator.
    If Unified Self-Service is not installed, you can access the service offerings from the CA Service Catalog user interface.
  2. In the Home page, click Request a Service.
    The Request Page Appears.
  3. Under Categories, click Service Management Administration. 
  4. Click Product Integrations.
  5. Under each product tab, check the 
    HTTPS 
    check box and specify the SSL port numbers.
  6. Click Submit.