Updated ipa-pki-theme packages which fix this bug are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The ipa-pki-theme packages provide Red Hat Identity Management theme components for PKI packages.
Certificate System (CS) manages enterprise Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) deployments and requires a theme for the specific type of PKI deployment with which it is used. This package makes a Red Hat Identity Management theme available for CS, and therefore makes it possible for users of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 to use CS as a part of Red Hat Identity Management deployments.
- IPA (Identity, Policy and Audit) is an identity and access management system. Prior to this update, Certificate System (CS), which is implemented in pki-core, required multiple ports to be open in a firewall for IPA to work. The number of open ports required has been reduced, and support for a proxy using Apache JServ Protocol (AJP) ports has been added, by enhancements made in pki-core. With this update, ipa-pki-theme has been changed to make use of the updates to CS, including adding the proxy-ipa.conf configuration file, and fixing broken links in certain user interface files. As a result, it is now possible for ipa-pki-theme to support running CS behind a proxy Apache server.
This theme is mutually exclusive with the PKI themes for other types of PKI deployments, such as dogtag-pki-theme for Dogtag Certificate System deployments and redhat-pki-theme for Red Hat Certificate System deployments. (BZ#643543)
All users of ipa-pki-theme are advised to upgrade to these updated packages, which fixes this bug.