Re: How to install website certificate as Trusted?
From: Ken Schaefer (kenREMOVE_at_THISadOpenStatic.com)
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 02:01:05 +1000
When you view the certificate details, you don't import the server
You need to view the details of the CA's root certificate, and then import
that into the certificate store.
You can see the CA's cert in the Certificate Heirachy tab (in Internet
"Tony Su" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
: Specifically I'm referring to SBS2K3, but should probably
: be applicable to any other situation where a website is
: secured with a Makecert or is issued by a CA not already
: When a User views the suspect certificate, clicks on "View
: Certificate" and "Install Certificate," whether the
: certificate is installed in default stores or any
: specified store this has no effect... The next time the
: User views the website, the User will still be prompted
: because the website certificate still is not trusted.
: The only way I've been able to resolve this are two ways...
: - If the certificate is issued by my Domain CA, then I can
: make the machine a member of my Domain.
: - If the certificate is issued by a CA, I can export the
: CA's public certificate and install it into the Client as
: a trusted CA.
: So far, I have not found an easy and direct way for the
: client to install the certificate from the website.
: Any thoughts?
: Tony Su