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can't import web certificate into IE on server 2008r2


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I've just installed ERA 6 on a 2008r2 domain controller. When I open the web interface in IE 11 i get a "cerificate error".

 

When I try and import the certificate the usual button to install are greyed-out, see attached.

 

How can I import the certificate to stop me getting an "unsafe website" when I start the web managment console?

 

regards

 

roga

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Please try to follow this article: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/sbs/2008/05/08/installing-a-self-signed-certificate-as-a-trusted-root-ca-in-windows-vista/

 

There is also mentioned possible workaround for your issue:

 

If you do not see the Install Certificate option close IE7 and then right click on IE7 and choose run as administrator and load the page again.

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If you do not see the Install Certificate option close IE7 and then right click on IE7 and choose run as administrator and load the page again.

 

 

Yes that worked for IE 11, thanks for the quick and helpful response

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