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accepted SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
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comment SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
It appears that in the course of working with this, using your answers as a basis, the solution has been found! Thank you!
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comment SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
That could be getting closer. The openssl s_client against the testbed I'm using returned an error 19: "self signed certificate in certificate chain". Now I need to figure out which one it is doing that...
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comment SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
Just ran the keytool -list -keystore <file> -v command against a copy of the old keystore and new one, redirected to text files, ran a diff and the only difference was the "Creation date." The old one still threw errors when he tested it. :-/
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comment SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
-v shows a chain length of 4, with 1 entry, one alias, entrytype PrivateKeyEntry. That's the same information that the keystore that wasn't working was giving with the -v, though.
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comment SSL Certificate Works in Monit - But Not in Keystore
In the other answer, you said, "If you only get one certificate per alias entry, they're not not together." When I run "keytool -list -keystore <mystorefile>" it says it has one entry, and there's one alias. The .pem I imported has four certificates concatenated together. Should it be showing 4 entries, or just the one entry?
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comment How to correctly deal with corporate customers that have outdated browsers
So the problem isn't with the website, it's with viewing a PDF downloaded from the website?
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comment How to correctly deal with corporate customers that have outdated browsers
I'd agree with @mfinni's suggestion if the request was something like, "We're running IE 6 and it doesn't work!" but IE8? Like you said, it's WAY too common still to be considered outdated. It's quite unreasonable to expect a company-wide deployment of IE9 for a website now in my opinion.
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comment How to correctly deal with corporate customers that have outdated browsers
If I hit a bank site that says, for example, I must run IE 9 in order to do web banking, I'm closing my account. I don't even like sites that absolutely require IE alone in order to work.
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comment How to correctly deal with corporate customers that have outdated browsers
The OP doesn't sound like, from the question as it stands, that they are talking about a bundled product so much as that they have a wordpress site with functions that IE8 doesn't like. I can agree with your reasoning if you had something being hosted or installed that requires something unusual, but they're targeting only IE9 and calling IE8 outdated? Because of a wordpress configuration? Sounds a little stringent to me.