Enable Performance Center to use SSL Manually

You can enable HTTPS using the SSL configuration tool, or you can configure SSL manually. To enable HTTPS using the SSL configuration tool, see .
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You can enable HTTPS using the SSL configuration tool, or you can configure SSL manually. To enable HTTPS using the SSL configuration tool, see Enable Performance Center to use SSL.
To configure the single sign-on website to use HTTPS, obtain and install a private key and an associated public certificate. SSL can be used with either a self-signed certificate or a certificate that a trusted Certificate Authority has signed. The procedures are typically specific to an organization and the policies of its security team.
To set up HTTPS, use the Single Sign-On Configuration Tool to update the default website scheme and port to match the encryption settings. By default, Single Sign-On uses Port 8381.
To configure
Performance Center
to use HTTPS, edit the configuration files with the website and port settings. Replace the HTTP connector with an HTTPS connector.
Edit startup files to support SSL encryption in Single Sign-On and restart all
Performance Center
and single sign-on services to update the settings. In addition to setting up SSL, you can secure the single sign-on to prevent possible redirection to other sites.
In summary, to enable HTTPS for CA
Performance Center
and Single Sign-On manually, complete the following steps: