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You will need a trusted certificate. From the User Guide page 9:
XY plots and events tables require third-party certificates; they cannot use self-signed certificates.
To fully secure access to PI Vision, use a digital certificate obtained from a trusted third-party registrar. Though the installation program can create a self-signed certificate, XY plots and events tables require third-party certificates; they cannot use self-signed certificates.
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I wanted to add on to Gabriel's comment, modern web browsers do not recognize self-signed certificates as a valid certificates. Moving forward, XY plots and event tables have became standard objects starting PI Vision 2017 R2. Therefore, you should start looking into getting a trusted certificate for your Vision application.
Gabriel is correct in that you can get a third-party digital certificate but you can also create a domain-trusted certificate by coordinating with your IT department. We have an informative PI Square post for your reference: How to Create a Certificate Using Your Enterprise CA for PI Web-based Products
Thank you Gabriel and Jesse