You have now added a location to your meeting. You can also edit your events using your
Wiki calendar.
Enabling iCal Service Options
Once you begin using iCal, you may wish to enable some of the options, such as securing
your iCal traffic against anyone who may be watching network traffic, looking for meetings
to monitor, or changing the default storage locations for your iCal events—such as placing
them on another drive or Xserve RAID. You can also use the log files associated with the
iCal service to troubleshoot when users cannot connect, find a resource, or authenticate.
1 Select the iCal service in the list of services under your server on the left side of
Server Admin.
2 Click the Settings button in the toolbar and click the Choose button next to the Data
Store location. If you have an external drive or second partition, you can navigate
to that drive or partition and choose to save the iCal event files there.
3 To secure your iCal service, select the Enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) checkbox
and choose the Default certificate from the pop-up menu. Note that the iCal service
will now use port 8443.
4 Try to access your iCal service from your Mac OS X computer using the iCal applica-
tion. You will note that you cannot connect.
To ensure secure communications, you must either transfer the certificate
from your Mac OS X Server to your Mac OS X computer or accept a dialog that may
appear asking you to always trust the certificate.
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