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Adding a Certificate to the Browser

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For secure access to the server menus, the browser used requires the server certificate.

If using a certificate uploaded to the server, obtain a copy of the same certificate from the original source.

If using the server's own generated certificate, you can downloaded from the ignition menu, or after ignition, from the Certificates section of the Settings | General menu. The server provides it certificate as a PEM or CRT file.

To add a server security certificate to Firefox:

1.Click the icon_firefox_settings icon and select icon_firefox_options Options. Alternatively, click on the icon_firefox_settings02 Settings icon if shown on the browser home page.

2.Click Advanced and select Certificates.

3.Click View Certificates.

4.Click Authorities.

5.Click Import. Browse to the location of the CRT or PEM file downloaded from the server. Select the file and click Open.

6.Select all the check boxes to trust the certificate.

7.Click OK twice.

To add a server security certificate to Internet Explorer:

1.Click Tools and select Internet Options.

2.Select the Content tab and click Certificates.

3.Click Import.

4.Click Next and Browse to the location of the downloaded certificate. Select it and click Open.

5.Click Next. Click Place all certificates in the following store.

If using the server's own generated certificate, select the Trusted Root Certification Authorities.

If using a certificate from another source, select Intermediate Certification Authorities.

6.Click Next and then Finish.

7.Click OK, Close.

8.Click OK.

To add a server security certificate to Google Chrome:

1.Click the icon_chrome_setting icon and select Settings.

2.Click Show advanced settings. Scroll to HTTP/SSL and click Manage certificates.

3.Click Import.

4.Click Next and Browse to the location of the downloaded certificate. Select it and click Open.

5.Click Next. Click Place all certificates in the following store.

If using the server's own generated certificate, select the Trusted Root Certification Authorities.

If using a certificate from another source, select Intermediate Certification Authorities.

6.Click Next and then Finish.

7.Click OK, Close.

To add a server security certificate to Mac Safari:

1.From the browser, open the directory containing the certificate file.

2.Double-click the certificate.

3.You are prompted to store the certificate in the login keychain or the system keychain. To make the certificate available to all users of this system, select system keychain.

 

 

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Issue 16.d.-
Thursday, February 17, 2022