D.100 tarantella security disable

If an SGD server has been secured using the tarantella security enable command, this command restores the security settings to their previous state.


tarantella security disable


Use this command to disable security services for an SGD server.

The following limitations apply for this command:

  • Automatic security configurations only. Only use this command if you used the tarantella security enable command to enable security automatically on the SGD host. See Section D.101, “tarantella security enable” for more details.

    When you install in secure mode, the installation program uses the tarantella security enable command to enable security automatically.

  • Standalone servers only. The SGD server must not be joined with other SGD servers in an array. If the SGD server is a member of an array, detach the SGD server from the array before using this command.

The command reconfigures the security settings of an SGD server to a non-secure state. Any server SSL certificates or CA certificates are not removed.

For example, if you have installed SGD in secure mode the SGD server is reconfigured to use standard connections.

The configuration profile on the SGD server is updated and .crt certificate files, used by some tablet devices, are removed. See Section, “Configuration Profiles for iOS Devices”.


The following example disables security services for an SGD server.

# tarantella security disable