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Open your phone's Settings app. Tap Security & location Advanced. Under "Credential storage," tap Install from storage. In the top left, tap Menu . Under "Open from," tap where you saved the certificate. Tap the file. Type a name for the certificate. Pick VPN and apps or Wi-Fi.
Open Google Chrome. Select Show Advanced Settings > Manage Certificates. Click Import to start the Certificate Import Wizard. Click Next. Browse to your downloaded certificate PFX file and click Next. Enter the password you entered when you downloaded the certificate.
Chromebook and Windows OS verification Navigate to chrome://settings and scroll down to 'Advanced'. Under 'Privacy and Security' click 'Manage Certificates'. On the popup that is launched, select the 'Trusted Root Certification Authorities'. The certificate will be displayed there.
To do this download the certificate and then go to the Options menu, switch to the Under the Hood tab, find the "Manage certificates" button and press it. To install the certificate press the "Import" button. In the window which appears press the "Next >" button. To select the file, press the "Browse" button.
Open Google Chrome, then click the 'Menu icon' followed by 'Settings'. Scroll down the settings page and click Show Advanced Settings: Scroll down again and click the 'Manage Certificates' button under HTTPS/SSL. In the Certificates interface, make sure the 'Personal' tab is selected.
To add certificates to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store for a local computer, from the WinX Menu in Windows 10/8.1, open Run box, type mmc, and hit Enter to open the Microsoft Management Control. Press the File menu link and select Add/Remove Snap-in.
Open the MMC (Start > Run > MMC). Go to File > Add / Remove Snap In. Double Click Certificates. Select Computer Account. Select Local Computer > Finish. Click OK to exit the Snap-In window.
Certificates stored on the Windows 10 computer are located in the local machine certificate store. Windows 10 offers Certificate Manager as a certificate management tool for both computer and user certificates.
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