Disable SSL - AWS Elemental Server

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Disable SSL

This section describes how to disable HTTPs (SSL) access to the node. For assistance enabling, see Enable SSL.

To disable SSL, run the Configure command without the --https flag.

  1. At your workstation, start a remote terminal session to the AWS Elemental Server node.

  2. At the Linux prompt, log-in with the elemental user credentials.

  3. Change to the directory where the configuration script is located, as shown here.

    [elemental@hostname ~]$ cd /opt/elemental_se
  4. Run the configuration script, as shown here.

    [elemental@hostname elemental_se]$ sudo ./configure

    If you run this command when SSL is already disabled, nothing changes in the configuration. SSL is still disabled.

  5. At each configuration prompt, accept the suggestion. This way, you won't inadvertently change other aspects of the configuration.