PKI Services Manager initialization depends on your operating system:
On Windows systems, initialization happens after installation when you do any of the following: start the console, start the service, restart Windows, or use the initialization option of the winpki command line utility.
On UNIX systems, initialization happens automatically when you run the install script.
What happens during initialization?
User data folders (config, logs, cache, local-store, temp) are created in the PKI Services Manager data folder The user data directory is configurable. The default is:. UNIX: /opt/attachmate/pkid Windows: \ProgramData\Attachmate\ReflectionPKI\ .
Default pki_config and pki_map files are created in the config folder.
Private and public keys are created in the config folder. These keys are used to verify the identity of the server to applications using the PKI Services Manager services.
Correct folder and file permissions are set on files and folders.
(Windows only) If an sshd2_config file is present from a Reflection for Secure IT server (version 6.1 or older) or an F-Secure server, settings for handling certificate authentication are migrated to PKI Services Manager configuration and map files. (On UNIX systems, you can manually migrate settings using the pkid -m option.)