At 02:16 PM 2/14/2009, Lynne Meeks wrote:
>I had this same problem.
>Somewhere in the settings should be an option to 'validate server
>certificate" Uncheck that setting and you should be good to go.
Ah, thanks. I left that turned on, but checked the "Do not prompt
user to authorize new servers or trusted certification authorities"
and all is well.
>On Sat, 14 Feb 2009, Helen Read wrote:
>>I cannot connect to the WPA2 "UVM" network. It worked fine when it
>>was called WPA2, and I went through the same config as before to
>>set up "UVM". I get the "Additional information is required to
>>connect to UVM", put in my NetID and password, then the "Additional
>>information is required" pop-up returns, and I get a window
>>Validate Server Certificate (The root Authority for this server's
>>certificate is IPS Servidores blah blah blah). I hit OK, then get
>>the "Additional information" pop-up asking me for credentials
>>again, then the one about the server certificate, and round and round it goes.