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How to import the VCSA certificate for VMware vSphere

Monday, September 18, 2017 - by Keith A. Smith

How to import the VCSA certificate so VMware vSphere browser security warnings go away in Windows 10

  1. Open the Edge or google chrome Brower, type in the FQDN for your VCSA 6.5 then press enter, when warned, click 'Details'.
  2. Bypass the security warning in order to proceed to the Getting Started page of the VCSA
  3. Click on 'Download trusted root CA certificates' on the right to download the zip file which contains the certs
  4. Navigate to the zip file location, extract the contents of the zip. Open the folder downloads folder then go into certs
  5. The certs vary by what OS you are using so choose the right folder then double-click 'filename.0.crt' (your exact filename will vary)
  6. Click 'Install Certificate' and choose local machine (Note: If you get any prompts click yes to proceed)
  7. On the certificate store screen choose place all certifications in the following store and click browse
  8. Select 'Trusted Root Certification Authorities' then click 'OK'
  9. Click next and then finish then ok.

Now to test it close the browser then visit the  FQDN for your VCSA 6.5 you should see the green pad lock now and shouldn’t see the security warning any longer.


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