I have a Windows server that is joined to a domain with an AD FQDN. It is also a web server that has a different URL that is forwarded by the domain registrar. Do I need a cert for each? Currently I have a cert for the web url imported into IIS.
In that case the web server's FQDN is covered by the SSL cert installed on the web server / web site binding. As long as the users connect to the that website by the name on that cert, all good. This does not require any FMS configuration.
For the FMP connections: you do need an SSL cert imported in FMS (admin console or CLI). And the users need to connect to FMS using the FQDN on that cert.
Depends on how the users are going to connect to your FMS. The name (FQDN) that they will use for the connection is the name that needs to be on the SSL cert that is imported into FMS.
Are you using only FMP and FM Go clients? Or also WebDirect? Any Custom Web Publishing?
All clients are presently connecting with FMP. Custom Web Publishing is used for the website URL.
This is what I expected.
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