AIX SSL Certificate

We have an SSL certificate that expired on an LDAP server and it is now been replaced with an updated certificate.  Our problem is now our server (web server) doesn't trust one of the intermediary certificate used to sign the certificate on the LDAP server.  Any help would be highly appreciated.
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arnoldCommented:
Not sufficiently familiar with AIX to point to a specific remedy.

You may need to download the intermediate CA certificates and add them the the CA certificate file.

What web server are you using?  
Is this a self signed certificate? or it is a certificate from a "lesser known/newer" entrant into the SSL certificate.

Usually the certificate vendors have instructions on how to add their CA certificate/certificate chains on various platforms and for various applications.

Check the SSL vendors site for the downloads.
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