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Enrolling in and Using Client Certificates

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As of Chrome 6, the standard workflows should work without workarounds. Visit the usual usual web interface and follow the instructions to install certs normally. You can check your work with this demo page. If everything is working, it should welcome you by name, and tell you that a certificate for your username is installed.

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As of Chrome 6, the standard workflows should work without workarounds. Visit the usual usual web interface and follow the instructions to install certs normally. Note that, until Chrome 7, there is not yet any UI feedback for the enrollment. It should, however, work. You can check your work with this demo page. If everything is working, it should welcome you by name, and tell you that a certificate for your username is installed.

Using a Smart Card or Other Password-Protected Certificate Store