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Shwarmagedon

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Is there a quick fix to the google chrome "Security certificate warning page".

I'd like to be able to access the Kerio GUI on google chrome without having to receive this warning every time I open a browser.

Thanks in advance.
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Dukeman

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There are two options to solve this problem:

1) install the certificate Kerio uses to your local computer. That way it is a known/trusted certificate for you computer
2) buy an official certificate for the domainname you use to access kerio and install this in kerio (or use a free certificate from www.startssl.com for example, works perfect).

The problem will than be solved
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Shwarmagedon

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@Dukeman

1. Thanks!

2. Do you happen to have a step by step guide for installing a certificate to a PC? (I googled this but didn't find anything useful).

3. I was hoping this would be a quick easy setting change in Google chrome / "SSL, manage certificates"
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Dukeman

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When you perform the following steps, you can install the certificate:

Easiest is to do this in Internet Explorer (Chrome did not show the install button for me)

- Open IE and navigate to you remote website
- For now accept the invalid certificate and go on to login page
- Click on the certificate icon on the right of the addressbar and click Show Certificate
- On this first page a button "Install certificate" show come up, click it
- Follow the requested steps (default store should be fine, otherwise choose "Trusted issuers"

- Restart browser.

The certificate should be installed and will not show a message until the expiredate has been reached.

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Shwarmagedon

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Shwarmagedon

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Dukeman - I tried that but it did not work. I also tried the equivelant procedure on chrome and no luck.
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Dukeman

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What exact message do you get? There are a couple of SSL messages you could see.. When the expire date has been reached, a warning will shown even if you've installed the certificate...
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luizfernando

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Hello Shwarmagedon.

Try this:

1 - In Kerio Control - Configuration - Definitions - SSL Certificates, click in the default Certificate - More Actions - Export - Export Certificate in PEM and save the certificate.

2 - In Google Chrome - Configurations - Show Advanced Configurations - HTTPS/SSL - Manage Certificates - Choose the tab Trusted Publishers - click Import, next, finish.

Close google chrome and open again and test.

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