How do I POST the CA certificate of the current website to the right archive of the home server .etc. using a Windows 10 browser.

Include details:

  • The lock on the browser to open the dropdown list of "About"
  • opening the Properties dialog box to show certificates
  • Properties dialogue box (from General, Details, and Certification path)

Is this the only way a home user should go about managing their own certificates on home servers?

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    I have no idea what you are trying to achieve. It might be useful if you not only describe the specific technical problem you are facing with the approach chosen by you, but the more general problem you are trying to solve. Note that "managing their own certificates on home servers" is not clear enough either as the general problem. Also, please refrain from random all-uppercase words which do not help to improve your question but are instead only annoying. May 14 at 7:34
  • Please clarify your specific problem or provide additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it's hard to tell exactly what you're asking.
    – Community Bot
    May 14 at 8:10
  • I have no idea what you are trying to ask or what you are trying to achieve. This question is going to need a re-write. And I'm not sure that this is a security question.
    – schroeder
    May 14 at 15:58
  • Do you just want to know how to store a CA certificate into the local Win 10 certificate store?
    – schroeder
    May 14 at 16:00


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