Enterprise iOS License Distribution...(Solved)

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Thu Apr 17 16:40:26 EDT 2014


On 4/17/14, 2:30 PM, PystCat wrote:
> Doesn't that have the problem with needing a signed certificate
> now...?  Was that fixed...?  I had used AirLaunch (and love it by the
> way) but now that Apple has decided that too many people are
> bypassing their nonsensical "you must do it our way or we lock you
> out" way it needed to have a secure signed certificate.  I know you
> had mentioned Dropbox uses that but I'm not interested in having a
> Dropbox account.  One of the things I really liked about your
> AirLaunch was not only its incredible ease of use but the fact I can
> stick it on my own server.

The certificate needs to be on your server, it's unrelated to how 
AirLaunch works. Once you have a secure certificate there, just use an 
"https" URL in AirLaunch and it will work.

During installation, Apple checks to make sure the download is coming 
from a secure URL with an SSL certificate, and if so, allows the 
installation.

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Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com




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