Learn to Fix Certificate Error in Internet Explorer 8

Mar 01, 2017 · This policy setting prevents the user from ignoring Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) certificate errors that interrupt browsing (such as “expired”, “revoked”, or “name mismatch” errors) in Internet Explorer. If you enable this policy setting, the user cannot continue browsing. Problem occurs when client certificate authentication is configured in a virtual server, using Internet Explorer 11 as a client. When the NetScaler requests a Client Certificate authentication, SSL Handshake fails if protocol TLS1.2 is being used.

After installing Internet Explorer 11 or upgrading Internet Explorer 9 or 10 to 11 an Internet Explorer security warning message might be noticed while connecting to Citrix Web Interface 5.4. Workaround. In Internet Explorer Options > Security tab, add the Web Interface site to Trusted Sites to resolve this issue.

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Making AKO work with Internet Explorer

Here’s what you need to do: Start up Internet Explorer. Next, go to the Tools menu (top-right corner) and click on Internet Options. Accessing Internet options via Internet Explorer; Inside the Internet Options window, go to the Advanced tab. Then, under the Settings menu, scroll down to Security and uncheck the box associated with Check for server certificate revocation. Enable Prompt for Certificate in Internet Explorer