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Hey guys, after upgrading our firm to IE9, we're getting "There is a problem with this websites security certificate" whenever users go to ANY secure website. Has anyone else ran into this? I'm wondering if there's something in GP that's causing this, that wasn't an issue with IE8. If a user is on Firefox, they don't have the issue. From what I've read, the date and time can cause this, but that's not the issue here. Any other suggestions?
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Well, I've checked the clock, so thats not it. Its literally EVERY https site I visit.There's just no way they would all have incorrect security certs. Again, this all started as soon as we released the IE9 update through WSUS.
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fza11404--
1)  Try turning the Phishing filer off.
2)   Look in IE Tools|Internet Options|Advanced tab| see whether SSL 3.0 and TSL 1.0 are checked.  If not check them|ApplyOK.
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Hmm, nope, still no luck. This is so odd.......
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Did you run internet explorer as an administrator?
Try using the delete all cookies and temporary internet files incase there is some temp files left over from Internet Explorer 8
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Have you checked the smart screen fiter is on?
Go to tools
also in tools go to Content click on certificates>intermediate Certification Authorities>Advanced>
everything is ticked in here except for Client Authentation and Secure Mail.
You could lower your security to recomended?
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Delete the offending certificate and IE 9 should recreate it.
Open Internet Explorer.
Click on Tools then  Internet Options
Click Content tab.
open  Certificates
 under the Certificates" heading  ( ALL) below this
You'll see Trusted Root  Certification Authorities then  two listing Other People Intermediate Cert Authorities and trusted Root Certificates right next to this is a couple of arrows one for left and one for scroll right
Do so and click on the right arrow to scroll right, keep clicking on it till you see Untrusted Publishers. Then click on the certificate that is causing a error message.
Next, click Remove to delete that certificate.
Apply and OK
Exit Internet Explorer and  re-open

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Hmm, no, those steps still did not help. I've also noticed now that when I try to run applications off our server, I'm getting a "The publisher could not be verified" dialog box for almost all of them. I'm now pretty sure its a Group Policy problem. What do you guys think?
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In the end, we decided to blast a bunch of old unnecessary GP entries and it took care of it. Somewhere in there, we had a conflict. Unfortunately, we don't know exactly which GPO fixed it, so I cant post the fix.
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Answered internally.
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