Configuration Manager 7.60 by default will only trust CA signed certificates.
CM has default Access / Security set to:
Changing the security requirements will change the behavior of how CM displays the connection/access. You may need to Close the application and reopen to get the new settings to take effect!
All IP Camera's Produced with FW 6.60 or newer since ~2019 come with a factory installed Device Certificate and has HTTPS set for the Usage by default.
See at the bottom for:
Any additional added Certificates must be signed by a CA,
If Devices are to old to upload certificates or Device does not have a Factory installed Certificate the device will show up in RED color with an Error (pop-up message at the Icon) Remote certificate name mismatch
After Confirming the security exception, the icon will change to Orange with an Alert
Below you see the device does not have the Factory install Device Certificate.
Below you see the same device after loading a CA signed Cert, Icon changes to Green with no Warning or Error.
Below you see a device that does not have any Security options - No Certificates!
If CFM 7.60 is installed on a PC which has BVMS Cc, the Security requirements settings of CM affect BVMS Cc behavior.
This is valid for BVMS 11.0 "my test" and older - (BVMS and CM share some files ?? e.g. "AppConfig")
When Encrypted Communication is set to Required, it will not be possible to configure the target (Targets do not support "HTTPS only" as they work on iSCSI only)