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This document describes the reasons why a secure connection to a TelePresence Server is rejected.
Why are secure connections to a TelePresence Server rejected?
In TelePresence Server software version 2.3, the default certificate has changed. If any external devices were programmed in order to accept that certificate, such as T1 or T3 TelePresence Control Unit (TCU), these devices must be updated.