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    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Fix Version/s: 2.1

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      C.3. Configuring Nexus to Serve SSL
      If you need to serve repository content using SSL, you can always proxy Nexus with a server like
      Apache httpd. Apache httpd can easily be configured to serve SSL content using mod_ssl, and there is
      -a large amount of reference material available for configuring httpd to serve secure content. But, Jetty
      +a large amount of reference material available for configuring httpd to serve secure content. However, Jetty
      can easily be configured to serve SSL content, and if you would like to avoid the extra work of putting
      a web server like Apache httpd in front of Nexus, this section shows you how to do that. To configure
      Nexus to serve SSL directly to clients, you'll need to perform the following steps.

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          • Assignee:
            Tim O'Brien
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            Tim O'Brien
            Last Updated By:
            Manfred Moser
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