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  1. Richard Houghton
    Richard Houghton at |

    Hey Michael, another nice article, thanks. Are you aware of the Apple iPhone Confg. utility (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1466)? For multiple iDevice deployments this is probably easier. Have a look here, in particular the SCEP (Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol) payload section – http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#featureda

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  2. VMware Horizon View iOS Client 2.0 • Chris Colotti's Blog

    […] where we could not connect due to a self signed certificate issue from a screenshot and article Michael Webster wrote about how to install these un-trusted certificates and how to install them.  I borrowed his screen shot below with […]

  3. Ian
    Ian at |

    I tried to install a root CA with MD5 signature. While it was successfully installed, it still shows as untrusted. I've read some forums saying that MD5 signatures are unsupported on IOS (iPad)? Is this why it's showing as untrusted?

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  4. Mobin
    Mobin at |

    Hi,

    I have just tried installing Wildcard CA in iPhone 4 using the above procedure, and it's showing Trusted in the Root CA store in iPhone. But when I connect using View Horizon Client it's still showing me the Untrusted View Connection Pop up. Please help.

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  5. Mobin
    Mobin at |

    I've tried with the Root CA and it's still giving me the Untrusted View Connection pop up. In the CA Store it's showing the certificate is Trusted but in the View Horizon Client it's its showing Not Trusted.

    Any idea where do you I have to make changes?

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