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XP PRO security certificate problem. When I try to access my secured sites I get message "problem with websites security certificate". I check "continue, but won't let me past sign-in screen. Help...

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Hi

can you please tell me what browser are you using, so that I can help you with exact solution for your problem.

Generally: You need either select ADD EXCEPTION (In Internet Explorer) or GET CERTIFICATE in (Mozilla Firefox)


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Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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