/etc/guacamole/guacd.confis the configuration file for Apache Guacamole's proxy daemon, guacd. Editing this file is not normally required unless the circumstances of your deployment require internal communications to be encrypted (not just public-facing communication), the guacd service needs to listen on an external interface or non-standard port, or you need to increase logging verbosity to assist with debugging unexpected behavior.
guacd.conffile is read only during service startup, and changes to
guacd.confwill take effect only after restarting the guacd service.
guacd.conffile is organized within three distinct sections, each section having special meaning to guacd and containing only parameters specific to that section:
/etc/guacamole/guacamole.properties. If the certificate cannot be verified by Java against well-known CA certificates, the certificate will also need to be added to Java's truststore.