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If a certificate is not trusted by client, the connection will be encrypted but it's not sure that client communicates with the true server.Self-signed SSL certificate is pre-generated during the first setup of Visual SVN Server.var microsoft = microsoft
Certificate information: - Hostname: VT-2008 - Valid: from Wed, GMT until Sat, GMT - Issuer: VT-2008 - Fingerprint: ca:::ce:77:5b:7a:8c::0f:70:3f:26:c1:e7 (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?
It's recommended to replace the default self-signed certificate for a certificate signed by trusted Certificate Authority (domain or third-party). If you wish to obtain certificate from your corporate Active Directory Certificate Services, contact your system administrator or follow the instructions provided in the article below: How to sign server certificate with Active Directory Certificate Services Generally speaking, it's not recommended to use self-signed SSL certificates in production.
In order to obtain and install signed certificate from a trusted Certificate Authority, you are requested to: If you are going to obtain certificate from a third-party Certificate Authority, you are requested to complete an appropriate form on the authority's web-site. In this case you're requested to manually accept the certificate based on its fingerprint.
Note that certificates are accepted on a per user basis.
It's also possible to export a self-signed certificate from Visual SVN Server and save this certificate in the trusted certificates list on all client computers.