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Configuring the InterSystems IRIS Superserver to Use TLS

To use TLS for communications among components of InterSystems IRIS® data platform, configure the InterSystems IRIS superserver to use TLS. To do this, the procedure is:

  1. From the Management Portal home page, go to the SSL/TLS Configurations page (System Administration > Security > SSL/TLS Configurations).

  2. On the SSL/TLS Configurations page, select Create New Configuration, which displays the New SSL/TLS Configuration page.

  3. On the New SSL/TLS Configuration page, create a TLS server configuration with a configuration name of %SuperServer (using the exact case as specified here). For details about creating a TLS configuration, see Create or Edit a TLS ConfigurationOpens in a new tab.

  4. On the System-wide Security Parameters page (System Administration > Security > System Security > System-wide Security Parameters), for the Superserver SSL/TLS Support field, choose Enabled. This specifies that the superserver supports (but does not require) TLS-secured connections.


    If you wish to configure the superserver to require TLS-secured connections, first specify that TLS is simply enabled.

  5. Set up clients to use TLS as appropriate (see Configuring InterSystems IRIS Telnet to Use TLS).

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