3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2014 8:19 AM by squreshi

# cba8.crt certificate

What is the cba8.crt certificate used for? This is in: C:\Program Files\LANDesk\Shared Files\cbaroot\allowed

I see how the these 3 cert files:

<keyname>.key: The .key file is the private key for the LANDesk server, and it only resides on the core server

<keyname>.crt: The .crt file contains the public key for the core server

<hash>.0: The .0 file is the trusted certificate file added to the machines

that are created as part of the install and placed in: C:\Program Files (x86)\LANDesk\Shared Files\Keys are used.

But how is the cba8.crt certificate used? Also, does it need to be added to TRA of the workstation?

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For Windows-based systems, we use CBA8 to do remote executes and file transfers. This is the standard LANDesk Agent protocol and the crt would be for these services to function normally.

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Also, you don't need to add those to the Trusted Root on the workstation (or anywhere else on the workstation)

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thx guys!