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Openfire Server migration; Pidgin prompt to accept self signed cert - anyway to disable the client pop-up

I’m migrating from a Centos 6.7 server running 4.02 to a Debian 9 server running 4.4. During a test of pointing a Pidgin client (v2.10.12) to the new server the client throws a pop-up to accept or discard the certificate. Is there a way to prevent this pop-up? The database restore from 4.02 looks good, and I’ve copied over the keystore from the original server and placed it in /etc/openfire/security/. I have several hundred users. Appreciate your help and consideration.

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When you’re using the same XMPP domain, keystore and the same client, behaviour should not have changed. My guess is that Openfire auto generated a self-signed certificate and added that to your keystone (and is using that instead of the certificate that you intend to use). If that’s the case, simply removing the seld-signed certificate from Openfire should fix your issue.

Thanks for your reply! Appreciate the feedback. I’ll test it out and post back here. Thanks!