Certificate signed by an untrusted issuer

Dave Nimai
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Certificate is stating this error:

This certificate was signed by an untrusted inssuer

The issuer was my subCA (we have an offline rootCA) as well.

I apologize, I don't know much about PKI Infrastructure and how to troubleshoot this but.... if someone could point me in the right direction, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Where did you get this? This is most likely caused by self-signed certificates, as you mentioned that is was your subCA. do the clients trust this as a root CA?
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what happened here is your sub ca certificate or / and root ca certificate is not installed on clients trusted root certificate store and hece you are getting abovee rror

U need to install root ca cert and sub ca certificate public key on affected machine or on all machines by group policy
Check below link
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-fs/deployment/distribute-certificates-to-client-computers-by-using-group-policy
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