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Not Verified : Loaded but could not verify certificate.

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I'm trying to set up a certificate on my sonicwall vpn from Godaddy and I get error Not Verified : Loaded but could not verify certificate. I download it for Apache from Godaddy but I don't know if that is correct. I get the gd_bundle.crt and I used it for the CA certificate. I bet I did that wrong since I've rad that it is supposed to be loaded to the "device." I'm unable to get onto the sever to see the configuration and as you can tell I'm a novice at this. What other information do you need in order to direct me to correct course of action?
I appreciate it.
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Hi,

What sonicwall model?


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It's 3.1.5.0-2s

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What sonicwall Device do you have? Not the SonicOS Version

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SonicWall CFS Premium.

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Make sure, you also installed that Root_Certificate.crt from Godaddy, that will most likely solve your issue

You should have the Private.key, Buncled.CA, a Root_Certificate.crt, and the Actual Certificate, (Server.crt)

This link, show a good walkthough, of installing a SSL Cert on a CFS

http://jasonmlee.net/archives/90

However, you need to ignore irrelevant parts.

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Thanks, I'll try this out.

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How do download and install the gd-class2-root.crt & gd_intermediate.crt Or gd_bundle.crt certificates to the SonicWALL device when I'm only able to access the SonicWall throught the admin user interface? That snd the fact that there is no System > Certificates  only a VPN > Local Certificates and VPN > CA Certificates? It seems like we're only using the VPN but I'm unable to get physically on the machine itself. I can't rdp into it. Will this be something i absolutely need to do in order to make this happen?
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Can you clarify what you just mentioned?

The example I posted, was only to show the configurations for the ssl portion related to the sonicwall.

In all, you need 3 certificates and one key to make this work.

Although, the vpn manager should have given you the option to simply generate your own SSL certs, the reason you opted for a commercial, are your own.