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I use a unipass digital certificate for accessing various websites. I have recently switched and had no problems with the certificate in windows internet explorer.

I have imported the certificate into key chains and verified it as safe BUT when I use safari or firefox I cannot gain access to the websites. In fact the certificate is not even picked up.

Even though I have switched I am finding that I have to keep going back into the dreaded windows world for business tasks.

Can someone please offer some input. Thanks advance
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Did you export the cert from IE to OS X? Some certs are not exportable.

Is it a .cer, or .pfx? Is there a blue + on the cert in the keychain?

Can you reacquire the cert directly into the keychain from the website?
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Hi MacsWork thanks for the reply.
Yes i did export it from IE to OS X. The guy on the help desk said this would be OK but he couldnt help me with mac.

Also it shows a blue + now that I have somehow got keychain to accept it but still dosnt pick up the certificate.

Finally i recall when I installed it in to IE it was a matter of simply clicking a link to install the certificate to IE.

So what would you suggest next.....??
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Got it working. Installed the certificate in firefox so dont need IE
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