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Detect ssl warning message

I work for a company that ships data storage appliances with a GUI web application and several rest API services that the GUI web app talks to through SSL. Because each customer has a different domain, the SSL warning comes up in the browser. So the customer has to hit each rest API service first, click OK for the SSL warning, and only then will the entire application work. My question is if there is some way to facilitate this process where if the customer hits the front end web app first, we can detect that the warning is occurring with the rest API services and maybe bring up a separate window to allow the user to click OK for the warning.
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Dave Howe

8/22/2022 - Mon
Scott Fell

What about installing a self signed certificate.   I think the warning will only come up once.
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We are already using a self-signed certificate and you're correct about the warning only coming up once (unless the browser data is cleared), but that is the situation I'm trying to more elegantly handle.
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