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RE: Re: Totoise SVN and non-public certificate

From: Frank Breedijk <fbreedijk_at_schubergphilis.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 02:36:08 -0800 (PST)

O.K. we found out what the problem was. Apparently OpenSSL uses the Windows Root CA list to validate the chain, but NOT the windows intermediate CA list.

Windows will assemble the chain for you if you have a server certificate, and have the intermediate CA certificate in the Intermediate CA store and the root certificate in the Root CA store.

OpenSSL on the other hand will not assemble the chain. Thus the chain will be incomplete and not validate.

On the server we have chained server certificate with the intermediate certificate. The server now offers both the server and the intermediate to OpenSSL and OpenSSL is able to verify it using the Root CA certificate in the Root CA store.


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