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Configuring IQ Bot with HTTP when Control Room is configured with HTTPS

  • Updated: 11/17/2021
    • 11.3.x
    • Manage
    • IQ Bot

Configuring IQ Bot with HTTP when Control Room is configured with HTTPS

Configure IQ Bot with HTTP and HTTPS to access IQ Bot using HTTPS and HTTP in the IQ Bot URL.

  1. Put the bundled certificate (DomainOne_ControlRoom_CA.crt) for Control Room in the IQ Bot folder after IQ Bot installation at C: \Program Files (x86)\Automation Anywhere IQ Bot\Portal\keys. Rename the ControlRoom_CA.crt to ca.crt.
    Important: If the ca.crt file in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Automation Anywhere IQ Bot <version number>\Portal\keys folder is already present, then replace it with the new ca.crt file.
  2. Add the Control Room public certificate (DomainOne_ControlRoom_PublicCertificate.crt) to the keystore for IQ Bot by running this command as a system administrator:
    
    "{IQ Bot installation directory}\JRE\zulu8.40.0.20-sa-fx-jre8.0.222-win_x64\bin\keytool.exe" -import -
    alias cr -keystore "{IQ Bot installation directory}\JRE\zulu8.40.0.20-sa-fx-jre8.0.222-
    in_x64\lib\security\cacerts" -file "{FolderLocation}/ DomainOne_ControlRoom_PublicCertificate.crt "
    
    The system will ask for a keystore password, which is changeit.
    Note: Sometimes the system shows a message saying cr exists. In this case, change cr in the command to cr1 or something else.
  3. Next, restart the machine and follow instructions to register IQ Bot.

    See Registering IQ Bot with the Control Room

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