The following is what comes on event viewer…
Add your root certificate to the certificate store…
That’s the solution given on MSDN and on various forums on google.But unfortunately,its not working for me on a paticular server.
Contacted godaddy and Microsoft support…waiting for their reply.I’ll post an update on this soon.
Update: None of those guys actually responded.
So,here’s the solution…Just figured it out..
First,open the this url on your browser..
You would see this..
Click on that!
You should see the certificate details..
You would see something like this…
Double click on each certificate on that list and repeat the steps I’m going to show for each of those certificates.
Follow the wizard…
Repeat the above steps for each of the certificates in the certificate path and save those certificates somewhere.
Importing certificates into Sharepoint
Now,we need to import these certificates into Sharepoint…
You would see the Trust Relationship Window…
Provide a name and select each of those saved certificates..
Hit ok and we’re done with solving this error.
The end result should be something like this..
May your work be Blessed! Cheers!
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