Radius Server + GoDaddy Certificate = Not Verified

i have a Radius server and every time someone tries to connect with their AD credentials they get a prompt that the certificate is "Not Verified"
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Aaron TomoskyConnect With a Mentor Technology ConsultantCommented:
you are not alone:

there should be a warning somewhere saying NO WILDCARD CERTS allowed. You can bang your head a bit and maybe pull it off, but people everywhere have issues doing this.
Examine the certificate chain.  Is the root CA trusted?  Is any part expired?
NxJNYAuthor Commented:
how do i check if the root CA is trusted?

we just bought the certificate from Go Daddy o it's not expired
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footechConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Easiest way that I know of is if the cert (that you bought) is used for a webpage.  Browse to it and click on the certifcate/security icon and select View Certificate.
Or if you were to just export the certificate so that you could then import it into the Personal store on a client machine you could then examine it.  The root CA needs to be in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities container.
Aaron TomoskyTechnology ConsultantCommented:
Is it a wildard cert (*.domain.com)?
NxJNYAuthor Commented:
yes it's a wildcard certificate
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