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kb:cert_override [2020/01/16 05:47]
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kb:cert_override [2020/01/16 05:50] (current)
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   * If you are using a WebDAV server with a self-signed certificate,​ you can open the WebDAV URL in Firefox, accept the certificate,​ and then copy the cert_override.txt file from the [[http://​support.mozilla.com/​kb/​Profiles|Firefox profile directory]] to the [[profile directory|Zotero profile directory]].   * If you are using a WebDAV server with a self-signed certificate,​ you can open the WebDAV URL in Firefox, accept the certificate,​ and then copy the cert_override.txt file from the [[http://​support.mozilla.com/​kb/​Profiles|Firefox profile directory]] to the [[profile directory|Zotero profile directory]].
-  * If you or your organization is using a custom certificate authority, which can be the case when using security software or connecting via a proxy server, Zotero for Windows will automatically use the system root certificate store, which in most cases should allow it to work automatically. ​On Mac or Linux systems, you or your IT department will need to configure Firefox for the custom CA in a new Firefox profile and then copy the cert9.db, key4.db, and secmod.db files from the [[http://​support.mozilla.com/​kb/​Profiles|Firefox profile directory]] to the [[profile directory|Zotero profile directory]]. (Prior to Zotero 5.0.78, the cert8.db and key3.db files from Firefox 52 ESR were required.)+  * If you or your organization is using a custom certificate authority, which can be the case when using security software or connecting via a proxy server, ​Zotero may need to be configured to accept the custom CA: 
 +    * **Windows:​** ​Zotero for Windows will automatically use the system root certificate store, which in most cases should allow it to work automatically ​like other browsers on the system. 
 +    * **Mac/Linux**: You or your IT department will need to configure Firefox for the custom CA in a new Firefox profile and then copy the cert9.db, key4.db, and secmod.db files from the [[http://​support.mozilla.com/​kb/​Profiles|Firefox profile directory]] to the [[profile directory|Zotero profile directory]]. (Prior to Zotero 5.0.78, the cert8.db and key3.db files from Firefox 52 ESR were required.)
  
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kb/cert_override.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/16 05:50 by dstillman