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  # 1512211 13-Mar-2016 10:13
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timmmay:

 

Probably not, but it will give more information. I know my servers were generally more compatible and worked with more browsers when I added TLS 1.1 and 1.0 than when I was 1.2 only.

 

 

Yes, I've gone with TLS1.2 for the highest security. As it's exclusively for my own use I have no need to support legacy tech.

 

Nonetheless, last night I did try both TLS1.1 and 1.0. Exactly the same result.





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  # 1512216 13-Mar-2016 10:37
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Assume you googled the error message and found this post on SF? One suggestion is to try disabling TLS1.2. Again it's just diagnosis, not suggesting you stay like that.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1512223 13-Mar-2016 11:16
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Try going to https://www.howsmyssl.com/ and check the difference between the browsers and add whatever Cipher to your config that you're missing. 


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  # 1512224 13-Mar-2016 11:16
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Use ssllabs.com as I posted earlier.

 

 

under "Handshake Simulation" it has the various versions of Android

 

If you have version 4.4.2 of android on your device or greater you should be fine.

 

 

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OK I have resolved it. I'm not 100% sure this is what it was, but when I created the initial key pair for the client cert, I used 2028 bits instead of 2048 (Assume a typo in the guide I was following).

 

I generated a new cert with 2048 instead and it's all working now. Guess Windows was fussier about it than other things were.





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