Re: Unrecognized security certificate warning is gone
On 02/25/11 04:01, Camaleón wrote:
The client is currently set up just for me, not systemwide. However,
there is a newer version, so I could uninstall the old version and the
install the new one as root so it will be systemwide.
On Thu, 24 Feb 2011 20:37:52 -0800, Marc Shapiro wrote:
I am using Firefox, not Iceweasel, but I think this question should
apply in either case. I am trying to connect to work using the Citrix
client. I used to get a warning that the certificate was not recognized
and do I want to continue, or not. I am no longer getting the warning,
but Firefox is assuming that I have said NOT to accept the certificate
and it is closing the connection. How do I get the warning and question
Try to open a brand-new session for Firefox, for example, by running it
as another user or by creating a new profile.
You can also try to start firefox from command line.
BTW, this is happening with Opera and Kazehakase, as well, not just
Firefox. Is there some place that all of these browsers would look to
define this behavior?
I've always thought that every browser handles their certificates
database (and warnings) independently, but I agree it must a commom point
here as all browsers are failing in the same manner.
How about your Citrix client? Does it have any settings to manage SSL
I don't know. This is the standard linux client provided by Citrix.