this seems to work ok for me. is there anything in the agent log that indicates why you are getting that message? does the localuser exist ?
Bill - I use localuser as an example in reality I used root in my test
It seem that adding the rootdir entry breaks certification
The actual entry I have used is
and trying an ncp gets
9ff49e670e32775d5d96 0000006280 06/12/12 17:34:35.733 INFO rscd - rh-io-x86-1 12134 -1/-1 (???): ???: FIPS already enabled
b9b5218c591e8a1c884d 0000006281 06/12/12 17:34:35.786 INFO rscd - 172.31.44.36 12134 0/0 (BBCAdministrators:mike.jones): cp: ncp -v //rh-io-x86-1.sac.siops.net/transfer/test_file -d /temp -h bgb01fs6001.release.core.bbc.co.uk
d41c1dbc4bc3c21cee19 0000006282 06/12/12 17:34:35.789 WARN rscd - 172.31.44.36 12134 0/0 (BBCAdministrators:mike.jones): cp: Certificate check failed
If I edit the secure file and remove certification it works ok
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The cert check should happen before rootdir takes effect. It looks like it’s not in your case.
If you need to use certificates w/ this, then I’d open a ticket w/ support and ensure you can use rootdir w/ the certs.
Bill - Thanks I will open a ticket with support for this