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How to install the PowerChute Business Edition Agent “self-signed” security certificate to a browser.

Issue:
The PowerChute Business Edition Agent has a “self-signed” security certificate. This means that when you access your Agent installation, your browser will display warnings about the validity and security of the Agent site.

Product:
PowerChute Business Edition

Environment:
Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge


Cause:
The security certificate is self-signed

Solution:

Install the security certificate to the browser.

See attached PDFs for instructions. NOTE: If using Internet Explorer 11 or above, see Schneider Electric FAQ Video: How to add PowerChute security certificate to Microsoft Internet Explorer 11

For assistance with replacing the Self-Signed SSL Certificate in PowerChute Business Edition Agent versions 10.0.2 and above see Schneider Electric FAQ Replacing the Self-Signed SSL Certificate in PowerChute Business Edition versions 10.0.2 and above
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