Certificates have always been an interesting topic to me. I have seen complex PKI infrastructures on several occasions but more often than not most environments have utilized certificates in a limited capacity. In regards to vSphere, a majority of the time the default certificates provided by vSphere were sufficient for most deployments.
The latest release of VMware App Volumes includes several new features and enhancements. This blog post focuses on a new capability that encrypts and secures communication between App Volumes Manager and App Volumes Agent. This blog post walks you through the process of replacing the Manager self-signed certificate with a Microsoft CA-signed certificate. After you read through this blog post, if you would like to see the process, watch this video, Replacing the App Volumes 2.12 Default…Read More