How to authenticate code with no internet connect.
:confused: Hello everyone,
I have a rather troublesome task of deploying a RIA to customers who do not have access to the internet. The RIA is JavaFX using JNLP, if the customers have an internet connection, authentication is no problem because the web app can easily access Verisign, Thawte, etc. to authenticate. I was able to install Thawte's root certificates to authenticate the jars that we sign, however, I am having problems authenticating "Java Media API" (Jogl) as well as the "JavaFX" run-time. I have installed the Verisign root certificates with no success. So does anyone have any idea how to authenticate with no internet access?
BTW, the current workaround involves connecting to the internet, authenticating, and exporting the certificates and deploying those on the target machines... While this works, it is not a good solution.
Thanks for any help you can provide!