When I want to add a CAroot certificate, I used “common certificate, all purpose”, will this work or do I need other setting for this ?
That should work. Did you export as x.509 Base 64?
The Customer delivered the CAroot certificate, so we are not sure, is there a way to see if they did ?
yes. open in text editor, should start with —-Begin Certificate— or something
hmm well I get chinese signs if I open with text editor
I will ask if they can deliver new certificate based on x.509 Base 64
The customer just send new CAroot certificate, but also when I open it with text editor it gives chinese symbols, is this correct ? When I double click the file it gives certificate information
Yeah it should be readable text and should start like this:
If they open it in Windows, they can click on Details and click Copy to File, then they need to choose Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER)
thanks, will ask if they do that correct
I think they did wrong export indeed, when I open it here (the one with chinese symbols, and then do the copy to file and choose Bas-64 encoded C.509 I get a new one and then it does show — Begin Certificate — etc
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