However, it seems that Safari / Citrix Receiver are not able to automatically fetch intermediate certificates form the server. The client doesn't trust it probably because Citrix didn't bundle a new or full enough set of root certificates with the client. There is also info on the Citrix web site that suggests the required root certificate is not present. Cheers, Fernando 1310-284298-1873332 Back to top Tim Garia Members #17 Tim Garia 3 posts Posted 28 August 2015 - 07:38 AM Colleague of mine had the same error, this content
In openSUSE 13.1 the location has changed to /usr/share/pki/trust Fixing that brought me back to SSL error 61 (You have not chosen to trust "AddTrust External CA Root"…) Here we go I also made sure that the certificates are there according to the CitrixXenAppPlugin - configure certificates: Additionally I checked in Firefox if the certificates are known and even checked all marks The older versions of the ICA client do not support this. The specific error I get now includes that I have chosen not to trust "Entrust Certification Authority - L1C", but there are three Entrust certificates in the cacerts directory: Entrust.net_Premium_2048_Secure_Server_CA.crt Entrust.net_Secure_Server_CA.crt https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1975705
Started by BRENT JEROLIMIC , 22 March 2011 - 02:38 PM Login to Reply 19 replies to this topic BRENT JEROLIMIC Members #1 BRENT JEROLIMIC 2 posts Posted 22 March 2011 Most commercial certificate providers arrange to have their certificates pre-installed on machines through an agreement with the operating system creator (Microsoft, Apple, and so on). cklugh Posted 9/24/14, 11:11 AM Question owner It is connecting through a Citrix Receiver but that should be irreverent as the certs are installed through Firefox and are handled, and Firefox
i had to install the Go Daddy root certificate and the Intermediate certificate, copy them in citrix cacerts dir and it finally works Adv Reply October 25th, 2012 #8 gready I had to install the SSL certs of the SSL provider onto the Access Gateway, then link them as a certificate 'chain'. 1310-284298-1667058 Back to top Fred Astair Members #14 Fred Ran the SSL checker from here:https://www.digicert.com/help/index.htmWhich gave errors on 'intermediate certificates'. Linux Citrix Receiver when a solution is found.
Reply to Steini pete May 18, 2015 Hi Steini, That sha256 is certainly a gotcha, thanks for the info, I'll try to get my post updated to reflect this info soon. Citrix Ssl Error 61 Ubuntu Try again later." Solution Important! Adv Reply December 19th, 2012 #10 pdowty View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Sep 2010 Beans 2 Re: Citrix and SSL Error 61 https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CitrixICAClientHowTo Thanks a lot, saved my day!
How do I fix this error? Ssl Error 61 You Have Not Chosen To Trust Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority - G2 Configure Chrome/Chromium To use Citrix Receiver in Chrome and/or Chromium, run: xdg-mime default wfica.desktop application/x-ica Known Issues / Workarounds If you are running KDE 4.10 or later: In System Settings, make So the answer is to upgrade the client to the Online Plug-in 12.3 if you need PNAgent and / or Web Client. It is in 'advanced search' then 'Plugin: workarounds', then second on the list.
Members #17 Mario Durand S. 8 posts Posted 20 December 2012 - 02:16 PM Hi,I have an issue with NetScaler Access Gateway and Client Certificate Authentication on Linux Worksation.I tried to Select CA and click Export..., select AAA and click Export... Error-61 "you Have Not Chosen To Trust" No problem, it works because the root problem is Citrix doesn't have access to the SSL certificate required to make a secure connection. Citrix Receiver Ubuntu Configure Citrix Receiver 7. (64-bit only) Fix Firefox plugin installation 8.
Thank you both for your time. news Thank you both for your time. I have looked in my Keychain and this certificate exists as Root and is trusted. There is a link at the top of the page to import it.Once downloaded I was able to log in with in with no issues. Citrix Receiver Ssl Error 61 Ubuntu
The Oxygen theme seems to cause the Citrix Receiver to constantly crash when trying to launch fullscreen applications (such as Terminal Servers or VDI). However, I guess the cert issuer is not relevant..same error.Could you please explain in more detail how you resolved this ? The behavior of Citrix Receiver 13.1 for the affected people has not yet been determined. have a peek at these guys How can I stop Firefox Update?
Installed the Online Plug-in 12.3 on affected clients and it's working fine. 1310-284298-1903133 Back to top Doug Snell Members #20 Doug Snell 2 posts Posted 05 January 2016 - 09:17 PM Uninstall Citrix Receiver Ubuntu Usually root certificate is present in the certificate bundle provided by your SSL service provider along with intermediate and server certificates. This can be fixed enabling legacy fullscreen in compizconfig-settings-manager.
Help on a Putnam Problem from the 90s Copy (only copy, not cutting) in Nano? I believe not. mod_ssl.so: undefined symbol: unixd_config fedora 17 svn checkout Ask Fedora is community maintained and Red Hat or Fedora Project is not responsible for content. You Have Not Chosen To Trust Entrust Certification Authority - L1k I can't recall now how I solved that issue, but I recently got the issue back - and you seem to be the definitive authority on this issue since I always
Install the downloaded package(s) and dependencies 5. It worked but I don't understand why. Reply to Tom pete September 15, 2015 Glad I could help, Tom 🙂 Reply to pete Nol le Blanc January 12, 2016 I previously tried to install citrix reciever on my http://ebprovider.com/ssl-error/citrix-ica-client-ssl-error-61-linux.php c Cor-el: This does solve the issue for SHA1 certs.
So the only resolution is to either Re-Key the cert to use SHA1 or wait for an update from Citrix. Configure Firefox 9. If you are using 64-bit Ubuntu and have not already configured i386 multiarch, you must configure it by running: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get updateN.B.