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#91100 6-Oct-2011 16:50
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This certificate works on IE (Win7), Safari (Mac) and Firefox (Ubuntu), Android (LG Optimus) and iPhone (3GS) but no luck with WP7. Do I need to export it and import it to the phone or is there a Root Update I need to install?

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  #530264 6-Oct-2011 16:52
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Email the .cer file to yourself and flick on it in the email. Should automatically install.




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  #530282 6-Oct-2011 17:19
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Can I push it accross with Zune?

 
 
 
 


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  #530283 6-Oct-2011 17:20
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Nope.




 

 

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  #530285 6-Oct-2011 17:35
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Hooked it up to hotmail and got it accross, installed and power recycled but it's not happy, I'll put it in the draw for now and have another go next week.

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  #530287 6-Oct-2011 17:37
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Note: Nokia N8 wasn't happy with the certificate change either. I changed the certificate back and remote wiped both devices then swapped back to Geocert. Maybe it wants to do some upgrades via Zune before it's happy (N8 is currently updating so I have to wait until it's finished). Android and iPhone were fine with the change.

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  #530553 7-Oct-2011 13:12
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Solution: do not use the certificate generated for my server, instead, install the issuers certificate, i.e. RapidSSL CA. To do this, I the page on IE, viewed the Certification Path, select the issuer and view certificate, select details and Copy to file. Accept defaults and use the CER file created.


If you have a web server that can provide an alternative delivery mechanism to the phone as opposed to creating a hotmail account to email the certificate to yourself.

This mechanism also installed the certificate on the Nokia N8  successfully.

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  #530736 7-Oct-2011 21:57
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or you could just pay a little extra, and get a cert that works everywhere off the bat ;)




 
 
 
 


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  #530802 8-Oct-2011 09:25
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Everywhere? Including Win Mobile 5 ;-)

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  #531030 8-Oct-2011 21:23
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well my starfield certs worked fine on winmo 5.... certificatesforexchange.com




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  #531058 8-Oct-2011 23:51
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Now I have to remember how to configure the JasJar again :)

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  #531765 11-Oct-2011 07:56
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Answer: JasJar (WM5) does not support wildcard certificate. I thought it maybe the certificate chaining or CA itself, but connected it to the work exchange server, which has the same CA provider and chain, but has a named certificate, and it connected up fine.

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