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  Reply # 280184 7-Dec-2009 22:44
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if you haven't done it yet heres how

http://www.ehow.com/how_5095936_remove-ssl-certificate.html



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  Reply # 280229 8-Dec-2009 06:18
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Yep, already been there and no it's not the solution in this instance. the 'remove' button remains pale - so I can't actually delete certificates. and even if i could, there are quite a few verisign certs in there so how do I know which one is the right one to delete.

Shall I just shoot myself. there has to be someone who can fix this.????? surely???

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 282411 14-Dec-2009 18:03
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Long shot but it is possible, is the date/time correct on your computer? Maybe the cookies are expiring because it is incorrect.



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  Reply # 282518 15-Dec-2009 05:51
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Thanks, but nope. Its it not a cookie thing. going to have to take it in to a tech for an over priced look at one frkn webpage problem. not happy.

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