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Unread 01-09-2007, 07:00 AM   #1
Jack Sheet
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XP IE7 how to trust a certificate?

Hi all, hope you can help.
I am running IE7 on an XP machine, trying to connect to the Citrix server at
my office for the first time via IE7 (used to use an ICA VPN connection),
and running into problems. It is weekend and our IT staff unavailable. I
thought I had their instructions OK but obviously not.

I have managed to get most of the way through the log in script using a
time-sychronised token, until I run into an error message:
"SSL Error 61: You have chosen not to trust the issuer of the server's
security certificate."

So: How do I choose to trust it? I have already added the site as a
"trusted site"

Thanks

If it is useful, here are some of the security settings in IE7 advanced tab:

Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
Allow active content to run in files on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid
[UNCHECKED]
Check for publisher's certificate revocation [CHECKED]
Check for server certificate revocation [UNCHECKED]
Check for signatures on downloaded programs [CHECKED]
Do not save encrypted pages to disk [UNCHECKED]
Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed [CHECKED]
Enable Integrated Windows Authentication [CHECKED]
Enable XMLHTTP support [CHECKED]
Phishing filter [UNCHECKED]
Use SSL 2.0 [UNCHECKED]
Use SSL 3.0 [CHECKED]
Use TSL 1.0 [CHECKED]
Warn about certificate address mismatch [CHECKED]
Warn if changing between secure and not secure mode [UNCHECKED]
Warn if POST submittal is redirected to a zone that does not permit posts
[CHECKED]


 
Unread 01-09-2007, 11:00 AM   #2
Jack Sheet
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Re: XP IE7 how to trust a certificate?

Belay that. Got it now.

"Jack Sheet" <no-one@nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:%23agL48F7HHA.3900@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Hi all, hope you can help.
> I am running IE7 on an XP machine, trying to connect to the Citrix server
> at my office for the first time via IE7 (used to use an ICA VPN
> connection), and running into problems. It is weekend and our IT staff
> unavailable. I thought I had their instructions OK but obviously not.
>
> I have managed to get most of the way through the log in script using a
> time-sychronised token, until I run into an error message:
> "SSL Error 61: You have chosen not to trust the issuer of the server's
> security certificate."
>
> So: How do I choose to trust it? I have already added the site as a
> "trusted site"
>
> Thanks
>
> If it is useful, here are some of the security settings in IE7 advanced
> tab:
>
> Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
> Allow active content to run in files on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
> Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid
> [UNCHECKED]
> Check for publisher's certificate revocation [CHECKED]
> Check for server certificate revocation [UNCHECKED]
> Check for signatures on downloaded programs [CHECKED]
> Do not save encrypted pages to disk [UNCHECKED]
> Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed [CHECKED]
> Enable Integrated Windows Authentication [CHECKED]
> Enable XMLHTTP support [CHECKED]
> Phishing filter [UNCHECKED]
> Use SSL 2.0 [UNCHECKED]
> Use SSL 3.0 [CHECKED]
> Use TSL 1.0 [CHECKED]
> Warn about certificate address mismatch [CHECKED]
> Warn if changing between secure and not secure mode [UNCHECKED]
> Warn if POST submittal is redirected to a zone that does not permit posts
> [CHECKED]
>



 
Unread 30-10-2007, 07:00 PM   #3
Brian Minich
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Re: XP IE7 how to trust a certificate?

Hi Jack,

Would you mind sharing your solution? We have been having similar issues.

Thanks!


"Jack Sheet" <no-one@nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:OYmdK$H7HHA.2476@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> Belay that. Got it now.
>
> "Jack Sheet" <no-one@nowhere.com> wrote in message
> news:%23agL48F7HHA.3900@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Hi all, hope you can help.
>> I am running IE7 on an XP machine, trying to connect to the Citrix server
>> at my office for the first time via IE7 (used to use an ICA VPN
>> connection), and running into problems. It is weekend and our IT staff
>> unavailable. I thought I had their instructions OK but obviously not.
>>
>> I have managed to get most of the way through the log in script using a
>> time-sychronised token, until I run into an error message:
>> "SSL Error 61: You have chosen not to trust the issuer of the server's
>> security certificate."
>>
>> So: How do I choose to trust it? I have already added the site as a
>> "trusted site"
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> If it is useful, here are some of the security settings in IE7 advanced
>> tab:
>>
>> Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
>> Allow active content to run in files on My Computer [UNCHECKED]
>> Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid
>> [UNCHECKED]
>> Check for publisher's certificate revocation [CHECKED]
>> Check for server certificate revocation [UNCHECKED]
>> Check for signatures on downloaded programs [CHECKED]
>> Do not save encrypted pages to disk [UNCHECKED]
>> Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed [CHECKED]
>> Enable Integrated Windows Authentication [CHECKED]
>> Enable XMLHTTP support [CHECKED]
>> Phishing filter [UNCHECKED]
>> Use SSL 2.0 [UNCHECKED]
>> Use SSL 3.0 [CHECKED]
>> Use TSL 1.0 [CHECKED]
>> Warn about certificate address mismatch [CHECKED]
>> Warn if changing between secure and not secure mode [UNCHECKED]
>> Warn if POST submittal is redirected to a zone that does not permit posts
>> [CHECKED]
>>

>
>



 
 

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