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answered Trouble accessing my web site
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comment Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
In windows, you should be able to open the .pem directly, and it should show you the certificate chain and should give you indications at what point it fails. Can you tell me which certificate is failing, and what point?
Jun
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comment Trouble accessing my web site
did you mean www.spotondrivingschool.co.uk? .c.uk doesn't exist.
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comment Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
You cannot have 1 client certificate signed by 3 intermediaries for 3 different purposes...
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comment Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
What is this certificate being used for? and what format? PEM?
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comment Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
... concatenation. Typically you would start with root, followed by intermediaries, and finally the client cert.
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comment Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
Since this is not a "real" root certificate provider, and the intermediaries cannot be verified through normal means... you need to install the root and all intermediaries. There is no other way to get windows to be able to validate your certificate chain. You could try combining the intermediaries with the client certificate in one key.
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answered Windows can't find the issuer of a client certificate
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comment Getting a MBP to hibernate/standby after some specific time spent in sleep even when plugged in
There is no stock way of doing this... however, there are programs out there like insomniax (macupdate.com/app/mac/22211/insomniax) that can disable the sleep on lid-close... and you can change the behavior of the idle-sleep to hibernate by doing this: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 25
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answered Getting a MBP to hibernate/standby after some specific time spent in sleep even when plugged in
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revised After crash, Windows7 does not want run any *.exe. It claims that it cannot find them
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comment After crash, Windows7 does not want run any *.exe. It claims that it cannot find them
Open Registry remotely... or offline registry utilities... etc...
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answered After crash, Windows7 does not want run any *.exe. It claims that it cannot find them
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answered How make Debian wait for all VirtualBox guests to stop during shutdown/reboot?
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