Re: security warning in self signed certificate



Once the cert was placed in trusted roots, did the certificate then show that it chained properly? What do you mean by "the same problem"?

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"shalin_cool333" <shalincool333@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:13FEAC05-1FC4-455A-B71C-0097CB2524FE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
hi joe...thanks for the answer.but i tried your solution.i was able to view
the the certificate in the trusted root certificate authorities.but still had
the same problem. :( damn...


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