Certificates can be used to trust endpoint managers at all security levels, but are required when using medium or high security.
If a PCoIP Management Console certificate is required, you can use an issuer certificate—either the root CA certificate, or the intermediate certificate used to issue the PCoIP Management Console’s public key certificate, or the PCoIP Management Console’s public key certificate.
PCoIP Management Console certificates
For complete information about PCoIP Management Console components, including the Endpoint Bootstrap Manager and PCoIP Management Console certificates, see the PCoIP® Management Console 3.1 Administrators’ Guide.
Custom peer-to-peer certificates can also be used to secure zero clients connecting to remote workstation cards in your deployment. See Peering Remote Workstation Cards for further details on how to upload and apply custom peer-to-peer certificates.