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vcac cert error how do I get past this

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doI have to download a cert from the VCAC-CORE on the workstation ? how do you do this ?

thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Are you getting this error during IaaS installation? If yes, then you might have to trust the vCAC appliance certificate on windows IaaS server.
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no IAAS is installed and I am able to provision a vm from a blueprint!!! so my VCAC works for the most part . I wanted to set up and look at VCO in my lab as well  , but when I attempt to download and install the JNLP file  from the VCAC core vapp , I cannot run it do to this error
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If I go and try  to install the VCO client on the IAAS server this is what I get , I get a little farther than on my windows workstation , I do get to see the ORANGE DONUT before it fails

first screen when attempting to install VCO clientSecond screen when attempting to install VCO clientthird  screen when attempting to install VCO client
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this might have been it , I no longer have access to this environment

thanks !!!!!!
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