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How do I get Chrome to use the self signed local certificate

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Andy GreenFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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I have an API project running in a dev environment with https. The ports are all set up in the launchSettings with a port number: "ASPNETCORE_URLS": "https://localhost:60123"

I have installed a local certificate using  dotnet dev-certs https --trust.
When I start the project I get chrome to open the url - https://localhost:60123/ but the info icon isn't shoing the use of any certifiates, I jus get the message that the site isn't secure.

I use Postman to hit the API https://localhost:60123/Groups/  first I get an access token which works OK but hitting the endpoint gives the error - Error: read ECONNRESET . I'm assuming this is certifiacte related.

How do I get Chrome to use the self signed local certificate?

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