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Status Delivered
Workspace PowerSC
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 15, 2020

PowerSC should provide a configurable parameter to specify the validity of TLS certificates

PowerSC is a great tool to manage security and compliance of AIX and Linux endpoints running on Power servers. PowerSC server communicates with the endpoints in a secure way using a TLS connection. Currently, the validity of TLS certificates is hardcoded to 1000 days. There is no command provided by PowerSC to change this default value. The only way to change it is by modifying the hardcoded value in one of the PowerSC scripts. There should be a configurable parameter to change the validity of TLS certificates. The 'pscuiserverctl' command can have an option to set this value to something other than the default.

Idea priority Low
  • Guest
    Dec 9, 2020

    .The enhancement is delivered in PowerSC