I'm running latest gen Chrome (27) and preparing a demo that requires using a self-signed cert to support HTTPS on a local IIS website. The cert has been created with the correct common name for the website (good little guide here) and then added to the trusted root certs on the local machine.
In IE, everything is good with no warnings, broken padlocks or red address bar so it's clearly installed in the Windows cert store. However in Chrome I'm getting the classic big red crosses through the padlock icon and HTTPS scheme in the address bar. Inspecting the cert advises that the identity can't be verified.
For various reasons I need to use Chrome for this demo, is there any way to get it behaving as you'd expect to see with a genuine cert? I know Google does some funky things with certs, is this doable?