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www.militarycac.com/dodcerts.htm

A certificate is a digital document providing the identity of a Web site or individuals. DoD Web sites use a certificate to identify themselves to their users and to enable secure connections. If you are receiving a warning that a site is untrusted / insecure, you will need to install the "DoD Certificates."

www.nps.edu/web/technology/dod-certificates

Download the latest DoD root certificates here: DoD RootCerts file (CAC required). Open the Keychain Access application if it's not already running. Drag certificates in the folder to the login section of the Keychain Access.

www.gsa.gov/cdnstatic/SecurityCertificateError_FAITAS.pdf

chose to install certificates to Firefox as indicated in step #8, a Firefox tab should also appear for each Firefox profile on your computer. Please look under each of these tabs and make sure that

militarycac.com

WELCOME TO THE MILITARYCAC HOME PAGE . Department of Defense Enterprise Email support page Change for Army personnel accessing Enterprise Email . How to use your CAC with Windows 10 How to use your CAC with Mac OS If you have recently upgraded to Mac OS Catalina (10.15.x), then you need to follow this entire page, with EXCEPTION of disabling the built in ability.

iase.disa.mil/pki-pke/Pages/tools.aspx

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public.cyber.mil/pki-pke

Welcome to the DoD PKE web site. For help configuring your computer to read your CAC, visit our Getting Started page. For instructions on configuring desktop applications, visit our End Users page. Admins can find configuration guides for products by type (web servers, network configuration, thin clients, etc.) on the For Administrators, Integrators & Developers page or a full listing of all ....

public.cyber.mil/installroot_5-6

InstallRoot 5.5 NIPR 64-bit Windows Installer. This tool allows users to install DoD production PKI, Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) test PKI, and External Certification Authority (ECA) CA certificates into their Windows and Firefox certificate stores.

www.public.navy.mil/netc/centers/csf/DoDCerts.aspx

Tap and download the following: DoD Root CA 3. Step 2. Once the certificate has been successfully downloaded to your device, you must install it. To do so, go to Settings > General > Profiles > Configuration Profiles. Select DoD Root CA 3 and install. Step 3. Repeat the two steps above to install the "DoD Root CA-54" certificate. Step 4.

docs.secureauth.com/.../KBA/How+to+Import+DOD+Certs+for+CAC+and+PIV+Authentication

Installing DOD Certificates. When SecureAuth prompts for a CAC or PIV certificate your webserver is actually matching the client side SSL certificates with the certificates that are installed on your SecureAuth appliance. In order to check these client side certificates we need to install the root and intermediate certificates on the appliance.

militarycac.com/windows10.htm

Utilizing your CAC on Windows 10 "can" be as easy as... Installing the DoD Root certificates and making sure the Internet Options are set correctly. ... Solution 5: Windows 10 users will see the certificate selection differently than older versions of Windows.