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    Hello,

    I need to view all enabled chiper suites, and than disabled one of them on my Zimbra Collaboration Server.
    Can you help me in that way?

    How to view enabled chiper suites?
    How to disable, enable chiper suites?

    Great Thanks,

    Arturas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arturas.A View Post
    How to view enabled chiper suites?
    How to disable, enable chiper suites?
    Have you looked at any of the other forum threads on this topic (there's even a wiki article about it)?
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    Bill


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    Yes I found that there are few commands:

    zmprov gacf | grep Cipher

    zmprov mcf +zimbraSSLExcludeCipherSuites <cipher_suite_name>

    I just want to be sure and consult here.

    Thanks,

    Arturas

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