Dell SonicWall Security Certificate error when connecting.

This isn't a major issue but it is annoying.  When I connect to anyone of my 30+ Dell SonicWall's I get a security certificate error.  How can I fix this so I don't get the error and go directly to the SonicWall?
MwvarnerAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
What is the error, name match, expired, not trusted?
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arnoldCommented:
You could have an internal CA whose authority is trusted by your workstations, issue each sonicwall a certificate in the name of the hostname you refer to each.
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
likely a warning browser prompt on untrusted Ca due to those SSL certificate from Sonicwall either a self signed or an untrusted CA not in user browser Trusted Root CA/Intermediate cert
Certificate Management

The SonicWALL SSL-VPN comes with a pre-installed self-signed X509 certificate for SSL functions. A self-signed certificate provides all the same functions as a certificate obtained through a well-known certificate authority (CA), but will present an “untrusted root CA certificate” security warning to users until the self-signed certificate is imported into their trusted root store. This import procedure can be performed by the user by clicking the Import Certificate button within the portal after authenticating.

The alternative to using the self-signed certificate is to generate a certificate signing request (CSR) and to submit it to a well-known CA for valid certificate issuance. Well-known CAs include RapidSSL (www.rapidssl.com), Verisign (www.verisign.com), and Thawte (www.thawte.com).
http://help.mysonicwall.com/sw/eng/2605/ui2/4000/System_Certificates.html
You follow on the "Generating a Certificate Signing Request" if applicable on the experience shared so far
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