Problem: Unable to log into ArcGIS Enterprise portal with Collector for ArcGIS when using a self-signed certificate
When using a self-signed certificate, users are unable to log in to an ArcGIS Enterprise portal with Collector for ArcGIS.
Starting with Collector for ArcGIS version 17.0.3, self-signed and untrusted certificates are no longer supported. This change was made due to security concerns. Thus, customers that use self-signed and untrusted certificates for testing must update their certificates.
Solution or Workaround
Without additional cost, there are a few ways to resolve this issue.
Use a wildcard certificate
If the production and testing environments are on the same domain, a wildcard certificate can be used to cover both environments. For example, if on the domain mydomain.com, the Common Name (CN) is *.mydomain.com and the Subject Alternative Name (SAN) is also *.mydomain.com. If the certificate authority used does not accept wildcards for the SAN, the CN for each host can be provided as a SAN.
Use a free certificate
Some certificates are free, and these are also supported. For example, Let’s Encrypt! or Comodo are free options.
Software: Collector for ArcGIS (Android) 10.3.3 Collector for ArcGIS (iOS) 10.4 Collector for ArcGIS (Windows) 17.0.1 Collector for ArcGIS (Windows,iOS,Android),Portal for ArcGIS 10.5.1, 10.5 Portal for ArcGIS 10.5.1