Note: In Windows 2000 click Console instead of File.
Under Snap-in, double click on Certificates
Click Computer Account > Next
> Local Computer > Finish
Click OK to exit the snap-in window.
Click [+] next to Certificates > Trusted Root Certification Authorities > Certificates
Right click on Certificates and select All Tasks > Import
Select Root-R1.crt downloaded in step 1.
Press Open and Next to continue.
Trusted Root Intermediate Certificates
Feb 27, 2020, 2:11 AM
This support article is all about Trusted Root Intermediate Certificates, a select service with strict requirements.
PKI hierarchies allow you to control the chain of trust in your ecosystem, whether you’re implementing client authentication within an enterprise or deploying secure device identities within a supply chain. GlobalSign supports multiple hierarchy options for more flexible trust management and isolation of control, including dedicated or shared and public or private models.
GlobalSign Root Certificates are already distributed in all operating systems, browsers, and mobile devices, meaning that all certificates issued from hierarchies beneath these roots are transparently trusted. For closed ecosystems, where public trust isn’t wanted or allowed, private and dedicated customer roots and intermediates are issued.
Some Apache and Java based applications require the Root & Intermediate certificates to be bundled in a single file. You can create a certificate bundle by opening a plain text editor (notepad, gedit, etc) and pasting in the text of the root certificate and the text of the intermediate certificate. The order they go in depends on the type of server you are running. Nginx for example concatenates all certificates in one file beginning with the server certificate.
GlobalSign Qualified Production and Sample Certificates
Mar 10, 2020, 10:24 AM
This support article lists down the Qualified Production Certificate and Qualified Sample Certificate.
Qualified certificates can only be issued by a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) recognized under eIDAS. GlobalSign is recognized across all EU and EEA countries as a QTSP and has undergone the appropriate eIDAS conformity assessments in order to be able to provide qualified certificates for website authentication and electronic seals. All certificates, signatures, and seals are compliant with EU regulations and local signing standards.