Is there any way to verify that the CA cert we are using for Imprivata is trusted? If the cert is added and correct path is specified, wouldn’t it be trusted by default? Or is there an option for this? Imprivata support is asking us to find out. Thanks!
Not an expert on Imprivata but if you are meaning how the Certificates might get add to the trusted stores:
and use common certificate.
May I ask you to check, if you edit the Cert itself with a Notepad, does it starts with
it should be added correctly
You could check on a local terminal if your Certs are on
If yes, they are in the right place.
Yep should be good to go. Thanks!
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