INSTALLING


Using Domino policy to set or verify trust for client plug-ins

A JAR file is unsigned, not signed with a trusted certificate, or the certificate has either expired or is not yet valid. You can establish a policy for never installing these plug-ins, always installing them, or asking users to decide at the time the plug-in is installed. Features and plug-ins being installed as part of Notes® install or upgrade must be signed.

To configure a policy for signed Eclipse plug-ins, complete the following fields on the Domino Administrator client Signed Plugins tab.

To configure a policy for signed Eclipse plug-ins, complete the following fields on the Domino® Administrator client Signed Plugins tab. The options for each of the following fields are to ask the user, never install, or always install.


Related concepts
Using Eclipse preferences to verify trust
Managing client plug-in deployment

Related tasks
Signing custom or third-party features and plug-ins for install and update
Creating a security policy settings document
Customizing Notes install for features and plug-ins on Windows and Mac