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Where to put SSL certificate on MAC OS X


Level 4
In order to successfully connect Adobe LC RM server from Adobe Acrobat and working with documents, the server certificate have to be trusted. On windows I always put certificate in root CA and check it by open https://servername/edc page. If Internet Explorer does not complain, Adobe Acrobat will connect.

Now I was asked to set it on MAC OS-X 10.5, but I have no knowledge how to do it. I searched net and realized there were keychains that stored certificates. So I put my server certificate to System keychain. But nothing changed. Safari still complains about untrusted site and Adobe Acrobat does not connect either.

Could You point me to some step-by-step guide, where and how to import the certificate, please?

Is Safari and Acrobat using same security settings?

The certificate is in DER format generated by openssl.


--- Jaroslav
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Level 4
Solved. Certificate have to be in system keychain AND must be set trust for SSL. That's all.