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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

Install DOD Certificates for Windows InstallRoot Tool The InstallRoot application is the simplest and most straightforward way to install all DOD certificates in your windows operating system, and supports Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Java .

public.cyber.mil/pki-pke/end-users/getting-started

Install DoD root certificates with InstallRoot (32-bit, 64-bit or Non Administrator). In order for your machine to recognize your CAC certificates and DoD websites as trusted, run the InstallRoot utility ( 32-bit , 64-bit or Non Administrator ) to install the DoD CA certificates on Microsoft operating systems.

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.

fedbidspeed.com/how-to-install-dod-certificates

As of February 27, 2014, the DoD site supports only IE up to version 10 but not 11. The latest FireFox & Safari browsers will also be able to access the site as before but Chrome will present a warning message. To get around this, you can install the DoD Root Certificates on your machine.

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

corpsmapu.usace.army.mil/pi/InstallingDoDCerts.pdf

Install a DoD Root CA 2 Certificate (preferred). Importing the DoD Root CA 2 Certificate takes roughly 2 minutes and is the more thorough solution. You should only have

www.dau.edu/.../DoD-PKI-Certificates

IT departments within the DoD typically install and update these certificates for their employees automatically, but there are occasions that updates do not reach all user workstations and a manual installation becomes necessary. Non-DoD agencies, private sector organizations and home users do not typically have DoD CA certificates installed on ...

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.

militarycac.com/cacdrivers.htm

If your smart card reader is listed, go to the next step of installing the DoD certificates. Windows 8.1: Right click Computer, select Properties, Device Manager link (upper left corner of the screen), scroll down to Smart card readers, select the little triangle next to it to open it up.