Java my worst Nightmare

WellingtonIS
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I'm trying to use a website for a KVM switch which unfortunately requires JAVA.  My disgust for  Java only gets more intense every single time I must use this crappy program.  It will not allow me to open the KVM because of security reasons.  I've added this particular in house site to the exceptions but it still continues to block access.  The error states Your security settings have blocked an application with an expired or not-yet- valid certificate from running.  I'm at a loss here since this is a KVM and I  don't have any idea where the certificate might be.
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Danny ChildIT Manager

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What make and model of KVM is this, and have you contacted the vendor?
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WellingtonIS--
"you need to copy the public CA certificate and the private CA key into the /etc/pki/libvirt/private directory"
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https://www.certdepot.net/rhel7-deal-kvm-certificate-expiration/

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OK thanks will look into that after I put out the next fire. Thanks.
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Sudeep SharmaTechnical Designer

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What version of Java (JRE) is installed on the system from where you are accessing the KVM?

Is the KVM working on SSL and NOT TLS?

Sudeep

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thanks.
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WellingtonIS--
You are welcome.

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