What is SSL Certificate in symantec?
For what product are you referring to?
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I'm using Symantec endpoint protection 12.1
For SEP, you would use SSL to sign and encrypt the data using an HTTPS connection. Check these KBAs for further reference:
About accepting the self-signed (SSL) server certificate for Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager
Configuring SSL between Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and the clients
Here is an article on how to enable:
I believe you are talking about SSL in Symantec Endpoint Protection??
Check these Articles:
Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1: Enabling SSL Between the Manager and Clients
Enabling SSL Between the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and Client
Moreover, incase you are thinking using the SEPM 12.1 webconsole over SSL, check this Thread:
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Security certificate is used to encrypt the communication on SEP, by default system will generate self-signed certificate. Or else you can use of third party signed certificate to get the communication encrypted.