Hello, i have to work on LiveCycle Server to put a drm in a pdf file.<br /><br />Our application is installed on windows server 2003 with Jboss and Mysql.<br /><br />I have access to livecycle by : http://ipadress:8080/adminui. I create a policy named "Test".<br /><br />Now, I don't know how to put the drm in a pdf file. In acrobat, I can't connect to my server. avanced > secure > connection with live cycle.<br />Host: ipadress, Port: 8080. No connection because it want https.<br /><br />So, I create a secure port : https://ipadress:8443 with this parameters:<br />keytool-genkey-keyalg RSA-dname "CN = <yourserver>, OU = , O = <votre org>, L = <ville>, S = <state>, C = <country>" alias " certains Cert "-keypass 123456-keystore aps.keystore<br />In the first time, I don't write my ipadress on "CN".<br />I can go to livecycle but acrobat doesn't connect again. <br />In the second time, I write my ipadress on "CN".<br />I can't go to livecycle and i can't test with acrobat.<br /><br />So, I search on the web, if someone can help me. I would just to put a drm on a pdf files with livecycle rights managments on line (with server) and i don't know if my setting or if my using are bad.<br /><br />Thank for your help
Is Acrobat on the same machine as the IE you imported the cert into? Acrobat actually uses a browser to connect to Rights Management so you need to make sure the cert is added in IE on the same machine where you use Acrobat.
Do you get any "security" warnings when you connect to LC using the browser?
No it's no the same. I have to import the certificate (LC_cert.cer) on the machine which use Acrobat?
Can I import the cert by the network or bay copy/paste the file on the machine ?
Thank for your help.
I test now.
It's wonderfull!! I can connect acorbat with the server!!
Thank you very much!!!
But know I have a second problem...
When I choose Policy server, Acorbat send me to a IE page :