Do I need SSL Certificate for Applications Manager?

Do I need SSL Certificate for Applications Manager?

It is not necessary to use an SSL Certificate to access Applications Manager through an SSL connection.
However, you'll need an SSL Certificate for certain Monitors to work and  to enforce better security. 

You can refer to the steps given in the below links to apply the SSL Certificate.
If your Applications Manager version is below 14260:
If your Applications Manager version is above 14260:

Note: To identify which version of Applications Manager you're using, you can go to AppManager UI --> Settings --> Tools --> Support. If you scroll down, you will be able to see the build/version number under Installation Information.

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