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 A secure connection to the database can be configured during frontend installation: ​ A secure connection to the database can be configured during frontend installation: ​
   * Mark the //Database TLS encryption//​ checkbox in the [[:​manual/​installation/​frontend#​configure_db_connection|Configure DB connection]] step to enable transport encryption. ​   * Mark the //Database TLS encryption//​ checkbox in the [[:​manual/​installation/​frontend#​configure_db_connection|Configure DB connection]] step to enable transport encryption. ​
-  * Mark the //Verify database certificate//​ checkbox that appears when //TLS encryption//​ field is checked to enable ​encryptiion ​with certificates.+  * Mark the //Verify database certificate//​ checkbox that appears when //TLS encryption//​ field is checked to enable ​encryption ​with certificates.
  
 <​note>​ For MySQL, the //Database TLS encryption//​ checkbox is disabled, if //Database host// is set to localhost, because connection that uses a socket file (on Unix) or shared memory (on Windows) cannot be encrypted. \\ For PostgreSQL, the //TLS encryption//​ checkbox is disabled, if the value of the //Database host// field begins with a slash or the field is empty. </​note>​ <​note>​ For MySQL, the //Database TLS encryption//​ checkbox is disabled, if //Database host// is set to localhost, because connection that uses a socket file (on Unix) or shared memory (on Windows) cannot be encrypted. \\ For PostgreSQL, the //TLS encryption//​ checkbox is disabled, if the value of the //Database host// field begins with a slash or the field is empty. </​note>​