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Where Can I Find the Quovadis Webex Certificate FAQ?

Where can I find the Quovadis Webex certificate FAQ?

Where can I access the FAQ for Quovadis Webex certificate?

How do I add the QuoVadis Root CA 2 to my server?

Where can I download the QuoVadis root certificates for SSL?

Is there a quick set of instructions for Local Admins?


The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Quovadis Webex certificate are as follows:

  • Where can I find the QuoVadis Root CA 2 to add to my server?
 
  • Where can I download the QuoVadis root certificates for SSL?
The QuoVadis Root certificates for SSL can be downloaded here: Installing SSL
  • How can I update my list of certificate authority root certificates (aka trust anchors) in MS Windows?
Please have your Windows Domain admins refer to this Microsoft Technet article for managing trusted root certificates. 
  • Is there a quick set of instructions for Local Admins?
A local administrator can follow the instructions in this Section to add the root to a single local machine.
  • Is there a quick set of instructions for Domain Admins?
A domain administrator can follow the instructions in this Section to add the root to all the members of the domain.
  • What to do in case of a Windows Server 2003 error: 'The integrity of this certificate cannot be guaranteed. The certificate may be corrupted or may have been altered'?
In case of a Windows Server 2003 error: 'The integrity of this certificate cannot be guaranteed. The certificate may be corrupted or may have been altered', see: https://support.quovadisglobal.com/kb/a426/windows-server-2003-error-integrity-this-certificate-cannot-be-guaranteed_-certificate.aspx
  • How do I fix errors about 'OCSP response expired' or 'Status times invalid.' when I’m using the certification revocation checking option?
The client system time may be incorrect. Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) responses are valid for a window of time, and if the client clock is several minutes early at the beginning of the window, or several minutes late at the end of the window, it will show these errors.

Make sure your system clocks are accurate.  NTP (Network Time Protocol) is a free service that can help keep them in sync and avoid slow or fast running clocks:
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