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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0001417Main CAcert Websitecertificate issuingpublic2016-12-28 10:44
ReporterWiesshundAssigned To 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformPC Windows 10, IE11 Chrome FirefOSWindows 10 Pro 64bit, UbuntuOS VersionCurrent
Product Version2015 Q3 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0001417: Unable to generate client certificate
DescriptionUnable to generate client certificate
Clicking generate keypair in browser results in the error

"I didn't receive a valid Certificate Request, please try a different browser."

This happens in IE11, Edge, Chrome current version, and Firefox current version.
Steps To Reproducelog in to
click client certificate
click new
check off wanted email address
click agree to terms
click generate keypair within browser

Immediately receive error "I didn't receive a valid Certificate Request, please try a different browser."
Same error occurs in IE11 Edge Chrome and Firefox

Additional is added as trusted site
TLS and SSL are enabled
Tested running Trusted Sites on low security setting in IE
Tried on both 32 and 64 bit versions of all broswers
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2016-12-24 19:29

reporter   ~0005529

The same bug happend to me to with
- Chromium 55 on Ubuntu 16.04
- Vivaldi 1.6 64 Bit on Ubuntu 16.04
- Edge on Windows 10

But I could create a new certificate with
- Firefox 50.1 on Ubuntu 16.04


2016-12-28 10:43

reporter   ~0005534

Some other checks to create new certificates:
it does NOT work with
- Edge 38 on Windows 10
- Opera 42 on Windows 10
- Vivaldi 1.4 on Windows 10

it works still with
- Firefox 48.0 on Windows 10

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2016-10-03 17:31 Wiesshund New Issue
2016-12-24 19:29 L10N Note Added: 0005529
2016-12-28 10:43 L10N Note Added: 0005534
2016-12-28 10:44 L10N Priority normal => high
2016-12-28 10:44 L10N OS Windows 10 Pro 64bit => Windows 10 Pro 64bit, Ubuntu
2016-12-28 10:44 L10N Platform PC Windows 10, IE11 Chrome and F => PC Windows 10, IE11 Chrome Firef