This topic describes how to validate the driver's certificate chain when using Certified Output Protection Protocol (COPP).The graphic driver's certificate chain is an XML document. The first certificate is called the , and is the driver's COPP certificate.
Certificate information: - Hostname: *.- Valid: from Mon, GMT until Mon, GMT - Issuer: Global Sign nv-sa, BE - Fingerprint: e6:bd:44:a:e4:ef:ef::f1:6d:80:e::dc:0b (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? I ran the command on the three slaves and “accepted” the cert permanently. If any step fails, or if any element referred to in these procedures does not exist, the validation fails.I just updated the certificate on one of my sites due to the old one expiring.This is one of the most common error seen during svn sync.I myself spent some pretty good time to figure out the perfect solution for this error.Use the fingerprint to validate the certificate manually! Certificate information: - Hostname: your_server - Valid: from Sat, GMT until Tue, GMT - Issuer: your_server - Fingerprint: 24:8e:f6:ba:c7:a6:3f::c::fe:2c:bb:b (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? From this time on you CCNet server will not have any problems with accessing your secured repository. But with Windows Server 2008 it is not possible you will simply get this: C:\Users\Administratorat /interactive Warning: Due to security enhancements, this task will run at the time expected but not interactively. NET service “Allow to interact with desktop” flag (Start – Services –Cruise Control.If a feature is not present, that child element is not present in the certificate.The application must perform the following steps to correctly validate the certificate chain.The next certificate is the signing certificate of the Independent Hardware Vendor (IHV).The last certificate is Microsoft's signing certificate.