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Root Certificate not installed?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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I keep getting a warning message that says, "unable to establish a secure connection because root certificate is not installed. Its on my mac, in entourage. I can click cancel to make it go away, but how can I stop it from showing up at all?
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Many popular commercial CA certs should already be loaded, or you could do so by installing the current version of your software.  If you are looking to manually add a certificate that is not a part of Apple's root certificate program (e.g. for your own root CA), then refer to this article:
http://www.microsoft.com/mac/itpros/default.mspx?clr=99-15-0&srcid=5c028854-8df7-4257-aee0-891eeffb66ac1033&ep=9&target=de839750-4d6a-45c4-80c4-ec4f13e2cfb21033
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