OBS CA install on Nextcloud

How to install CA of OBS on nextcloud server? Please help me.

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please fill out at least the basic version numbers in the template you almost used :wink:

Sadly i have no clue what OBS is apart from a very handy video steaming software.

Also we really need to know what it is you want to achieve. My first guess would be that you want an ldap connection over a secure channel. Is this correct?

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Hi Sir,

Thank you for your reply, My nextcloud version is **Nextcloud 17.0.2 . ** I want to connect to my Huawei OBS with nextcloud server. But I have SSL error . I found error log as following -

Hi again,

please show me a screenshot of the actual ssl error you get. I cannot figure anythin out with the config you posted. Also you want to remove sensitive information from your screenshot.

smbclient not beeing installed should have nothing to do with it, though i´m not entirely sure on this.

Hi Sir,