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krillin837

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guys:

this is the second time i post this... don't know why but the first time didn't get saved... well...


Here is the thing. I've recently enable the HTTPS on KMS 6.5 and at first everything was OK... when i enter the webmail (webmail.una.cl) it shows me the security certificate and all i have to do was press continue and accept certificate always.

Now for some reason it tells me that the certificate could be dangerous or harmful to the computer.

I've read on the forum that this could be happening because the server is not on the right date and time.

The other thing could be because KMS has a self-certificate (i don't know what it is... after all it is a certificate).

Any ideas???

Thanks guys...

PS: i'm uploading a screenshot for you to see it for yourself

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sedell

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You need to import the certificate on the client if it's self signed to prevent that message.

Did you update to IE7? They changed the behavior for certificate errors in IE7.

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krillin837

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I'm using Safari.. and yes this error it is given by IE7.

Isn't the KMS certificate supposed to be a trusted one?

Thanks sedell!
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