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Cisco ASA 5515, cannot get in via ASDM or web browser

i have an ASA 5515.  I used the CLI to reset to factory defaults.  I can ping it on the mgt IP of 192.168.1.1 but I cannot browse to it nor can i log in with ASDM.

I have added the cert to Java from my last load, before the reset, and my IE is configured properly, but I still can't get in.  

I added myself as a user with CLI and I see my UN in the sh run, but still can't hit it via IE or ASDM.

Did I miss something?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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done. no joy
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I'm using Putty to connect.  Thing is, this PC worked with this ASA before I reset to defaults and after I reset to defaults.  

When I got it, I was able to connect right up with ASDM.  So I poked around a little and then reset it to defaults.   I got in just fine using the same PC.

Now, I've reset again and using the same PC, I can't get in.
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UGH!  Shoot me!  I had imported the cert from the ASA into Java, but FORGOT to import it to the local machine!

I exported it using IE and then imported it to trusted root store and I was good.
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Although no one provided the "correct" answer (I forgot to import the ASA cert into the local machine) everyone helping me as a sounding board did it for me and I did post my answer so I split the points.