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Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

Hello All,

I went to log into a Customers IPO (Running R9.1) and received the following error:

"Certificate error detected (IP Office certificate date(s) are invalid) Please try using 'None' certificate check option in Preference"

The only solution I was able to find was to navigate to: File > Preferences >security > Manager certificates Check > to None However this is not even available. Suggestions?

RE: Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

You have to enable Secure Communications. Then you will see the certificate check option.

RE: Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

derfloh: Thank you!

RE: Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

Lem0n: Thank you for the link - all went smoothly. Happy New Year Everyone!

RE: Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

Quote (Lem0n)

The default certificate expired at the end of 2017.
& questions regarding the warning about it due to expire have been being asked here for approx 6 months!

Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: Cannot log into IPO (Certificate error detected)

We have customers who noticed the expired certificates this year. Can’t believe that... but the certificate I renewed in less time than it would need to discuss that.

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