However, there are a few problems that can occur with their deployment that cause error messages to be shown to website visitors.
This page aims to provide an overview of the most common SSL errors along with suggestions on how to fix them.
shows you an aggregate view of all root CA which apply to the current user; internally, there are several relevant stores (the "local machine" stores apply to all users, the "current user" stores are specific to the current user; and there also are "enterprise" stores which are similar to "local machine" but meant to be filled automatically from the AD server of the current domain).
See this page for a list of all CA that Microsoft puts in Windows by default; any discrepancy would be a local variation.
Lessons will explain not only how to perform various monitoring tasks, but why and when you should use them.
You visit a client or other website and, instead of the site itself, you encounter a security certificate error.
Append '-v' to have Sigcheck download the trusted Microsoft root certificate list and only output valid certificates not rooted to a certificate on that list.
In order for a browser to accept a certificate, it must be able to link it to a 'trusted root certificate'.The default X.509 SSL/TLS certificate of my Open Shift router (i.e.