The precise error message may read something like this, and appear on almost any site, where “URL” is a variety of domains: The certificate for this website is invalid.
You might be connecting to a website that is pretending to be “URL”, which could put your confidential information at risk. ” First, this may be a completely valid security warning, and you’ll want to click on the “Show Certificate” button to attempt to verify everything looks as it should yourself (the domain you are trying to visit is trusted, matches, etc).
The steps required to validate the token are described in the JSON Web Token (JWT) Internet Draft.
We suggest that you use a four-step process to validate the identity token and obtain the user's unique identifier.
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A CDH cluster managed by Cloudera Manager can have only one instance of Cloudera Manager active at a time.
Next, retrieve the authentication metadata document from the Exchange server and validate the signature attached to the identity token.
CDH deployments that use highly available configurations for Cloudera Manager can configure a “standby” instance of Cloudera Manager that takes over automatically if the primary instance fails.
Runtime Exception: Scm Activeat bootup: Failed to validate the identity of Cloudera Manager.
While Safari usually works just fine for browsing the web, there are times you may encounter a persistent error message about verifying the identity of a particular website.
First, extract the JSON Web Token (JWT) from a base64 URL-encoded string.
Second, make sure that the token is well-formed, that it is for your Outlook add-in, that it has not expired, and that you can extract a valid URL for the authentication metadata document.
Also, since I was able to connect from my laptop with no problem, it led me to believe it was something wrong with my desktop.