I have a IIS server set up with 80 and 443 with the proper pathways set up according to the Adobe Flash Admin guide.
I have my client mms.cfg set up:
SilentAutoUpdateServerDomain=(used hostname, ip, and FQDN to no success)
I finally set up wireshark to take a look at the communication. It seems like there is the hand shake for 443 exchanging of hello's and certificate and then the client sends a FIN packet and the communication stops. No update no request for the .xml file. I am stumped.
Does anyone have any experience with setting up an Intranet update server like the guide describes? If so any advice would be helpful.
Ok just a bump for my own post here is a log file snippit:
2013-4-26+20-9-42.899 [info] 1628 deadob01
2013-4-26+20-9-42.899 [info] 1629 deadob01
2013-4-26+20-9-42.899 [info] 1614
2013-4-26+20-9-42.915 [info] 1615
2013-4-26+20-9-42.915 [info] 1618
2013-4-26+20-9-42.915 [info] 1608
2013-4-26+20-9-42.977 [warning] 1403 12175
2013-4-26+20-9-42.977 [warning] 1407 183
2013-4-26+20-9-42.993 [warning] 1408
2013-4-26+20-9-42.993 [info] 1612
2013-4-26+20-9-42.993 [info] 1620
I have read the post about putting the ssl cert into the proper location.(http://blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2012/04/rights-management-how-to-get-windows-7-to-trust-a -self-signed-server-certificate.html) I have it on the local machine and on the current user Cert Stores. Still getting trusted cert error in IE when using https. On my server logs i am seeing no get for the version.xml.
Any assistance would be appreciated.