You have not chosen to trust "%server_Name%" , the issuer of the servers certificate.

I am using Fedora8, with mozilla 5.0 (Firefox ver.  I have also installed the citrix client for linux ver 9.  I can login to the webportal, and see the list of applications.  When i click on the application of choice, i get the following:

You have not chosen to trust "%Server_Name%" , the issuer of the servers certificate"

How do i do this?  I can find where to import the certificate, which i've done, but it still will not allow me access.

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From what I can see on the web the problem is with java rather than firefox. Apparently you need to manually import the key using keytool.exe which is in the java bin directory. The example sun give is

keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias myrootcert -file c:\bin\rootcert.cer -keystore c:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_01\lib\security\cacerts

Obviously you would have to change that for your own cert and java release. More info here -
PTVenomAuthor Commented:
Ok, i found the answer thanks to my Linux Buddy.  You have to copy the exported cert to the following directory:

and paste the certificate in that directory.  All works well now.

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Do you have a 3rd party issues cert, self signed cert or tempoary cert on your web server? If you have a temp cert, you will need to load the Temp Root Cert, and the Intermediary Cert as well as the Server cert on your workstation, same for a self signed cert. If it is a 3rd party cert, the root cert should already be on your workstaion, you may need to download the int. cert but really shouldn't have to.

Are you running Secure Gateway or SSL relay?
PTVenomAuthor Commented:
It is a new Signed Cert from Two-Cows.
verify with two-cows if you need to download and install a two-cows root cert or if you need to concatonate an two-cows intermediary cert with the server cert.
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