Hi,

Thanks for the response.

> Most likely you don't have valid SSL certificates set-up, that always
causes
SSL to fail.

I am using the certificate that came with the demo. I ran the demo and tried
to connect, no changes to files.

Now that I am thinking about it, SSL for HTTP might not be the way to go. I
am not sure the server will be connected to the internet to verify the
certificate. All the computers might be on an isolated network.

Ciao,

Mark


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