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sha-hash disable


in our enviroment the hash SHA needs to be disabled. When we apply this to the ePO 5.10 server we get a schannel error msg in eventviewer stating that non of the cipers which is supported was used.

If I, however, enable SHA hash again it all works fine.


This has nothing to do with the certificate I think as its a fresh install av epo 5.10 so its allready using sha-2.

But if i look in server.conf-file it is indeed using sha-cipers like TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA, TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA which are included in the SHA hash.


Is there a way to make ePO to change cipers so we can use it in our enviroment?


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Re: sha-hash disable

Please submit an idea per kb60021.  Currently epo requires those cipher suites

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