Wyse c10le firmware version 7.1_033 error ERR_CERT_EXPIRED!

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    Avatarjamiepederson
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    Hi,

    I am testing a wyse c10le client firmware version 7.1_033. I am attempting to connect to citrix VDI desktops. I use internal PKI infrastructure and I have issues a certificate to the citrix virtual appliance. I specified the following in my wnos.ini file

    addcertificate=root.crt
    addcertificate=certnew.crt

    Both certificates install successfully based on the system event log; however when I attempt to connect to the citrix broker i receive a pop up message stating that the cert expired. In the log there is the following message ERR_CERT_EXPIRED! 7076.

    I have search through all the posts that are available on google for this error with no luck.

    The time on the wyse thin client is spot on and this was set in the bios. The certificates have vaild to and from dates. I regenerated another csr and issued a new certificate and still I get the same error. DNS is configured correctly everything is reachable by ping and nslookup.

    Any ideas would be appreciated .

    Kind regards,

    Jamie

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    Today when I got home from work I had another look at the certificate and it looks like the root certificate is recognised as a valid certificate; however I still cannot logon to the citrix vdi in a box appliance.

    I am getting the following SSL error:

    SSL: retcode=43 a close notify alert was received
    https: SSLconnect failed, err = -1

    Has anyone seen this error before or can make a suggestion as to what i can do next.

    Does anyone out there use wyse c10le with internal certificate authority – I am wondering if I require a public certificate for this to work.

    Kind regards,

    Jamie

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Remove both certificates, rename them to the extension *.cer and reregister them.

    CG

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