In Qlik Sense, all communication between services and the Qlik Sense web clients is based on web protocols. The web protocols use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for the following:
Encryption and exchange of information and keys
Certificates for authentication of the communicating parties
After a standard Qlik Sense installation, the Qlik Sense Proxy Service (QPS) includes a module that handles the encryption of traffic from the browser to the proxy. The certificate for communication between the web browser and the proxy can be replaced.
Note:Third-party certificates are bound to the Qlik Sense Proxy Service HTTPS ports (443 and 4244). Communication via the API port (4243) always uses the Qlik Sense server certificate.
Note:When editing a proxy certificate as a user without admin privileges, you need to run the repository in bootstrap mode before the changes take effect. See: Qlik Sense Repository Service
- go to
Add/Remove Snap-inand select
- go to
Personaland Import the certificate
- After Importing certificate get the
Thumb Printdetails and copy it
- Go to QMC and in
security optionpaste the
Thumb Printwith Whitespaces in text box and Apply it
- After that restart all the services and also refresh the browser