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iOS certificate server setup

3 posts in General Last posting was on 2012-10-15 21:36:27.0Z
Tim B. Posted on 2012-10-08 20:59:28.0Z
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Hello,

I'm wondering if there is anyway to setup afaria to work
with iOS devices using a standard CA, rather than an
enterprise CA. All of the documentation suggests that an
enterprise CA is needed, but every time that I try to create
it, the option is grayed out. If there is a work around,
does anyone know what the process is?

Thanks in advance,
~Tim


Mahendra Bhandari Posted on 2012-10-12 10:15:51.0Z
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You can setup Afaria to work with iOS Devices using
standalone CA server. See some KB's,
1)
http://frontline.sybase.com/support/resolutionDetails.aspx?KBID=6716
2)
http://frontline.sybase.com/support/resolutionDetails.aspx?KBID=7699

Hope this will help!!!

Cheers,
~ MB

> Hello,
>
> I'm wondering if there is anyway to setup afaria to work
> with iOS devices using a standard CA, rather than an
> enterprise CA. All of the documentation suggests that an
> enterprise CA is needed, but every time that I try to
> create it, the option is grayed out. If there is a work
> around, does anyone know what the process is?
>
> Thanks in advance,
> ~Tim


Tim B. Posted on 2012-10-15 21:36:27.0Z
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Hello Mahendra,

Thank you for your assistacne. However, the first document
that you provided does not provide any work around for using
a standalone CA, as part of the directions include steps on
setting up an Enterprise CA.

I attempted to follow the directions in the second link, but
reached an impasse at step 5 of this document:
http://frontline.sybase.com/support/documents/Afaria/6_6/Technical
Documents/Generate SSL Cert using Microsoft CA.pdf

Step 5 states that a web server certificate template should
be used, however, I do not get this option ( I think that
this is where the Enterprise CA is required).

After following the directions (eventhough there were a few
steps that I could not follow), I attempted to enroll the
device. While I am able to have the deice link up to Afaria,
it is unable to download and install the profile.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
~Tim

> You can setup Afaria to work with iOS Devices using
> standalone CA server. See some KB's,
> 1)
>
http://frontline.sybase.com/support/resolutionDetails.aspx?KBID=6716
> 2)
>
http://frontline.sybase.com/support/resolutionDetails.aspx?KBID=7699
>
> Hope this will help!!!
>
> Cheers,
> ~ MB
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'm wondering if there is anyway to setup afaria to work
> > with iOS devices using a standard CA, rather than an
> > enterprise CA. All of the documentation suggests that an
> > enterprise CA is needed, but every time that I try to
> > create it, the option is grayed out. If there is a work
> > around, does anyone know what the process is?
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > ~Tim