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  • If anyone has had experience doing this or could lend a hand, I had certificates made for our client systems to connect to our toems service so I can monitor them while they're off of our network. I am not sure where they would need to be place system file-wise so that we can have a trusted connection.

  • I'm not sure exactly what you mean. Client / server communication is already encrypted with the certs built in to Theopenem. If you want to use additional certs on top of that, you just need to install the certs on your server and assign them to your front end and com server in your IIS bindings. Finally, change your com server url to use https and port 4444