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Good luck with that, you will need to factory reset. There is an app on the Store called "Certificates" but it only allows you to view certs.


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I use Class 1 SSL certificates from StartSSL on some of my servers, to encrypt communication when using server administration web apps. While StartSSL certificates are recognised by all the major desktop browsers, they do not seem to be on the root certificate authority list for IE on Windows Phone, so I could not access these admin sites. To fix the ...


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One option for self-signed certificates is to email yourself with the .cer file as an attachment. When you open the attachment on the phone it will install and you should see a message reading "Your certificates were installed. Your phone successfully added one or more certificates." After that I believe you have to restart the phone for it to take effect.


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This was due to our web server not performing an initial redirect from a .domain through to our www.domain.


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Microsoft published the App "certificates". Windows Phone Store: App "Certificates" But in there, you can only list the certificates. You can't delete or add certificates.


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I was able to do this by hooking it to my computer by usb. I transferred the files to my documents folder. Then I used a program called "files" that I got from the app store. I used the files program to navigate to the cer file. Then it opened and installed. Now I can use self signed certs from my company domain.


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To my ongoing aggravation, it appears to not currently be possible to use S/MIME with WP8.1 or W10M unless you are using an Exchange ActiveSync-based account. Secure email on IMAP and POP3 accounts is not supported, for some reason. From the user's perspective, this is a completely pointless and artificial restriction - other platforms' email clients have no ...


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Lots of ways to do this. Zip the cert and email it to yourself, open the zip, and tap on the cert in the zip viewer app. Transfer the cert file using USB, and then use a file browser app to open it on the phone. Send the cert file to your phone using Bluetooth (pretty easy if the phone is synched to your PC via Bluetooth; right-click in Explorer and select ...


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The cause of the problem was incorrect date settings on the phone. Although it was set to update date/time automatically it hadn't (it has been connected to a wifi network), so the date was set to 24th of May while the certificate of the site it was trying to reach was created at a later date. Thanks to TomEus for asking the right question.


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What common name (CN) was the certificate issued for? Sounds like it is possible the certificate has been issued for the ip address and not blah.myblah.com


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There is a free app called SSL Cert Monitor, which lets you check the domain, issuer and expiration date of SSL certificates.


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