SSL Certificate

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When you embed Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server into a website you need an SSL certificate. Otherwise if the browser can not verify the configured certificate authenticity, your integration won't work.

There are two ways to set up the SSL certificate:


1. Using your own certificate

If you already have your own certificate or will get one from a Certificate Authority (CA), all you have to do is configure the certificate as described in the "A CA Certificate" section.



2. certificate

In case you don't have a certificate but want to use the https protocol, you can still use the certificate provided by .

Follow these simple steps to configure your application to use the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server certificate:


1. Configure the PIN resolution.


2. Set the 'server' property on the 'connect' method to your public address. For more information on this address, read the Configure the PIN resolution section.

 Also you can set the 'server' property to the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server IP separated by underlines instead of dots, following the example below:


 Suppose your Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server IP is and it's listening under port 8443.


 The 'server' property should be:


         server: ""



If none of these options work for you, disable the SSL certificate, setting the "protocol" property to "HTTP:". Find out how to do it on the connect method subsection.


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