It feels like a Monday as I cannot figure this one out. We have an internal CA for issuing certificates. I have the root certificate, which I uploaded to “files” as an SSL certificate. I assigned that cert to thin client. When I browse any sites that use the wildcart cert, I am getting an “SSL not trusted generic error”. Am I missing something super obvious? I know I have done this in the past, and it was quite simple.
can you edit the file with Notepad and check if it‘s Base64? Should start with Begin Certificate and end with End Certificate. Then, if yes, I would use Web Browser Certificate or the „all in one“ Common purpose and retry.
Hrmm – I get gibberish when attempting to edit in notepad.
Then, it isn‘t Base64. Please export it like this:
OK – I have it opened correctly with notepad, in the format you mentioned. I will try to import again.
After assigning the file to the TC, do I need to reboot, or just accept the changes?
Got it working. Thanks as always Sebastien. Was not in Base64
You are welcome Barry!
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