Web certs for Chrome and Firefox
Has anyone been successful in generating certs that work in Chrome or Firefox? I've followed instructions here (000030130 - How to replace the server certificate used for the RSA Identity Governance & Lifecyc... ).
It works in IE 11, but I would eliminate many calls to our department if it also worked in Chrome and Firefox. I'm getting the "Your connection is not private" error in Chrome and the "Your connection is not secure" in Firefox.
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As of Chrome 58, the browser does not support self signed certificates. Here is one link on how you can get this working. Firefox now has similar enforcement where self signed certificates don't work without an exception noted in your browser.
Ultimately if you want to do secure communications, you should get a real certificate issued by a legitimate certificate vendor. Self signed certificates are intended for testing and not for securing a production instance.
Sorry, did not mention in my OP. It is not self signed. It’s signed by an internal Microsoft CA. As far as I know, it’s not possible to get 3rd party certificates for internal IPs.
Louise Van Alstyne
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