Internet Explorer SSL Certificates and Microsoft Steady State RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hello All.

    We have a public access PC that we are attempting to use Microsoft Steady State on.  This PC connects to our Guest wireless Hot Spot service which is on a Cisco 4404 Controller.  The web authentication page is https with a Cisco Cert that you have to accept and then you are allowed to proceed to the web authentication page.  The only reason you have to accept it is because IE can not validate the SSL due to it's nature. I'm good with that. However, under the guest user the Certificate expiration hits and the service will eventually fail in about a weeks time, at which point IE will not prompt to accept the Certificate.  You can of course do this under administrator just fine.  What option in Steady State are we missing that allows IE to do this?

    Wednesday, April 7, 2010 5:57 PM