Each Symantec Encryption Management Server includes an integrated keyserver populated with the public keys of your internal users. When an external user sends a message to an internal user, the external Symantec Encryption Management Server goes to the keyserver to find the public key of the recipient to use to secure the message. The Symantec Encryption Management Server administrator can enable or disable the service, and control access to it via the administrative interface.
The Symantec Encryption Verified Directory supplements the internal keyserver by letting internal and external users manage the publishing of their own public keys. The Symantec Encryption Verified Directory also serves as a replacement for the PGP Keyserver product. The Symantec Encryption Verified Directory uses next-generation keyserver technology to ensure that the keys in the directory can be trusted.
By design, the interface of the Verified Directory is not changable. This would cause a problem to help generate a unique look and feel for all company's sites.
The default look of the VKD site is similar to this:
This is by design and is currently addressed as a New Feature Request.
Symantec Corporation is committed to product quality and satisfied customers. This issue is currently being considered by Symantec Corporation to be addressed in a forthcoming version or Maintenance Pack of the product. Please be sure to refer back to this document periodically as any changes to the status of the issue will be reflected here.
Imported Document ID: TECH217428
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