Enjoy! melissal281 says: 7 years ago OMG……Thank you so much - my old computer had this problem - had taken it to 'experts' and everything. You rock heather (: says: 5 years ago Thank you tons, that popup message was really pissing me off :D Michelle says: 5 years ago Thank you for this! I was stumped. check over here
If that also works through, try accessing the URI which SSTP uses internally i.e. It helped me to connect the network. didik says: 6 years ago Very very helpful information. UK_JP says: 6 years ago Thank you! http://www.junipersys.com/Juniper-Systems-Rugged-Handheld-Computers/support/Knowledge-Base/Support-Knowledge-Base-Topics/Internet-or-Network-Connection/Network-security-certificate-is-expired-or-invalid
Thanks. Easy fix. After spending more than an hour of my own time, I searched via google, found your posting and within 4 minutes had my connection working.
Cheers from Malaysia! For further details refer to this blog. The other laptop I have is working perectly. Harold says: 7 years ago Thanks for this; the message just started popping up today after switching back to WEP.
Thanks bewildered says: 7 years ago Worked like a charm for me - thanks, Aseem!! My wireless connection is working without the annoying message. Dunlap, IL Preacher says: 6 years ago Awesome help! https://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_US/junos12.1x46/topics/reference/general/vpn-security-dynamic-pulse-client-connection-managing.html Parag Nabar says: 6 years ago Thanks dude.
kothiala says: 6 years ago Excellent. Step 4: Temporarily turn off your antivirus You'll see this error if you have any antivirus software that provides "HTTPS protection" or "HTTPS scanning" that prevents Chrome from providing security. Your post helped. Gadget says: 6 years ago Many thanks.
patrickzero says: 6 years ago Perfect. https://ninite.com/help/errors/revocation.html Rob H says: 5 years ago Thanks for the fix. You saved our whole company ;) garrett.galasso says: 7 years ago THANK YOU! Helped me get back on my wireless network!
If you can't turn off RC4, make sure that other non-RC4 ciphers are turned on. “Delete Expired DigiCert Certificate” (Mac computers only) You'll see this error if the webpage uses a check my blog Worked for me also. Problem solved. I fixed it by running my Windows updates.
someoneudontno says: 6 years ago THANKS MAN I OWE U BIG TIME! I knew I didn't need a certificate to log into my wireless network! jmds1951 says: 6 years ago Thank you. this content Click OK to exit NC and Sign in to Secure Gateway again.
The servers are: ocsp.digicert.com crl3.digicert.com crl4.digicert.com Adding those to any firewall or proxy whitelists you may have would be a good way to solve this problem on multiple machines at once. If you save settings, you are not prompted to provide that information on subsequent login attempts. You are a life saver!
Michelle says: 6 years ago Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!! Thanks a Lot! Thank you very, very much!!! By clicking this button, it will give a ‘repair’ option if it finds the issue to be miniport missing which if clicked will automatically try to fix the issue. 2.
Omar929 says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot:) this did the trick. Thank you! usmc5185 says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot. http://nodatasource.com/network-connect/network-connect-error-oscam.html msauceda says: 6 years ago Thank you.
Any more of the grea ideas please! It worked and I have saved this information just in case this happens again! :)))) TrinityHall says: 5 years ago Thanks, worked great!