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How to import ADSS Server configurations from one server to another? 

ADSS Server offers the functionality to copy all the system configurations from one server to another, provided both of these servers are running the same version of ADSS Server. This functionality is usually helpful in the environments, where multiple ADSS Servers are running in a non-load balanced mode and the same configuration is required on all the servers.

For this, the server configurations are exported from one server (e.g. Server A) in the form of (.xml) file, and the same (.xml) file is imported on the other server (where same configuration is required e.g. Server B). The server(s), importing the (.xml) file will become replica of the server (server A) from where the configurations were exported.

To use import/ export functionality, browse Global Settings> Import/ Export Settings.

How to configure SMS alerts in ADSS Server?

Follow these instructions to configure SMS Alerts within the ADSS Server:

  1. Launch ADSS Server console and go to location: Access Control > Manage Operators. Edit the required operator and ensure that correct mobile number along with country code is configured e.g. +013225666550. 
  2. If proxy is enabled on your network then ensure that proxy setting is enabled and configured within the ADSS Server. For proxy configurations go to Global Settings > Miscellaneous , enable and configure the proxy credential accordingly. 
  3. For SMS alerts settings go to Global Settings > Notification Settings, enable the SMS alert settings. 
    To use HTTP implementation, provide the following credentials:
    1. SMS Server Address: e.g. http://api.clickatell.com/http/sendmsg
    2. User ID: e.g. Edward
    3. Password: e.g. password
    4. Vendor ID: e.g. IAQ866
    To use REST API, provide the following credentials:
    1. SMS Server Address: e.g. http://api.clickatell.com/rest/message
    2. Access Token: e.g. s2tBI8JYN_VARD9iPc_8e0DCZ6KI
  4. Go to Server Manager screen and restart all instances

How to disable the ECC cipher in Catalina?

  •  Go to [ADSS-Server-Installation-Dir]\tomcat\bin and edit these files: 

    For Linux

    • Edit catalina.sh file in a text editor and search for the parameter JAVA_OPTS and add parameter -Dcom.sun.net.ssl.enableECC=false at the end and save the changes as shown below:

      catalina.sh
    • Restart the ADSS Server Core, Console & Service instances from Windows Services Panel.

For Windows

    • Edit catalina.bat file in a text editor and search for the strings JAVA_OPTS and add parameter -Dcom.sun.net.ssl.enableECC=false at the end and save the changes as shown below:

      catalina.bat
    • Edit the service.bat file in a text editor and search for the parameter --JvmOptions and ++JvmOptions one by one, add parameter ;-Dcom.sun.net.ssl.enableECC=false at the following location for both of them and save the changes.

      service.bat
    • Stop the ADSS Server Core, Console & Service instances from Windows Services Panel.

    • Uninstall these services one by one by executing the tomcat\bin\uninstall_console.battomcat\bin\uninstall_core.bat, tomcat\bin\uninstall_service.bat file in Run as Administrative mode.
    • Now Install these services one by one by executing the tomcat\bin\install_console.bat tomcat\bin\install_core.bat tomcat\bin\install_service.bat file in Run as Administrative mode.
    • Start the ADSS Server Core, Console & Service instances from Windows Services Panel.

    Note that the services must be reinstalled for the changes to take effect as mentioned above.
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