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Enable SSL for HTML5 user interface port 8554

The HTML5 user interface is accessible on port 8554. Some older InfoBurst environments that use SSL may only have SSL enabled on port 8551. If you use SSL and receive an SSL error when browsing to https://<SERVER>:8554, then you must enable SSL on port 8554.

Locate and Copy enable_ssl.bat

  • Open Windows Explorer and browse to the InfoBurst application root (default = C:\Program Files (x86)\InfoSol\InfoBurstPlatform)
  • Locate enable_ssl.bat and make a copy named enable_ssl_8554.bat in the same location
  • Open enable_ssl_8554.bat in a text editor

Your enable_ssl_8554.bat should look similar to this:

If your file contains ipport=, then do not proceed and open a help desk ticket for assistance. Proceed to the next section if your file does not contain  ipport=

Enable SSL

  • Remove all but the first line of enable_ssl_8554.bat
  • Update ipport= to ipport= and save the file (example below)

  • Open a command prompt (Run As Administrator) and change directory to the InfoBurst application root (default = C:\Program Files (x86)\InfoSol\InfoBurstPlatform)
  • Enter enable_ssl_8554
  • Re-start the InfoBurstPlatform service

Shouldn't we run enable_ssl_8554 instead of enable_ssl?

You are correct. Apologies for the typo. The original post has been corrected.

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