I have problem with self signed SSL on my Open-Audit server (VM from opmantek). Inside audit_windows.vbs I made changes to configuration variables. Now url contain https and ignore_invalid_ssl is set to "y". Some Windows 7 machines are not submitted online. I'm getting secure connection error at the end of script windows. Windows 10 machines are submitted properly via https. Why?
Yes exactly. In my network are running computers with Windows 7 inside the Active Directory domain. On each computer there is an OpenAudit script. The same on every machine. This script has set the parameter for ignoring SSL certificate errors and the submit address is given in the https format.
About half of computers perform audit properly but second half cannot send audit data to OpenAudit. They shows error at the end of script (debug level 3). For example, error: HTTP Error with http request. Audit not submitted. Error: -2147012739
Well it's obviously not a script or server issue if some do work. I'd suggest there's a setting somewhere within Windows preventing this. Apologies, but I have no idea where to start looking for that. That is NOT an Open-AudIT issue, it's a Windows system administration issue.
Some Windows 7 machines work, but others don't?
All Windows 10 machines work?