The certificate gets installed automatically to the pc's
in your domain. You must install the DER certificate
manually on the Macs by going to your certificate server:
This is what worked for me.
>I'm hoping someone has experienced a problem I'm having:
>I have an existing ASP application (working fine) that
>uses an SSL server certificate. My user community is made
>up of both PC's and Macintosh computers.
>I've re-written this application in ASP.NET for a number
>of reasons and now find that my Mac users are having
>problems with the application. SSL works just fine for PC
>users, won't work for Mac users (browser is Internet
>Explorer). When a Mac user tries to login to my
>application using SSL ([url]https://)[/url] the browser produces an
>error saying "Security failure, a secure connection could
>not be established". Mac users can use the site/app
>without SSL ([url]http://)[/url]
>This is the same server and site and server certificate
>that was used with the ASP app. Is there a problem
>using "server.transfer()" when SSL is part of the
>equation? Any special web.config issues?
>I'm truly stumped on this one... Thanks so much for any