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I have 2 Digital certificates installed in my keychain access.

However when i login using Safari into an account which requires a DC it does not allow me to choose which digital certificate i want. It just uses the one installed first by default.

I always thought that there should be a dialog box pop up asking me which certificate to use. (Atleast thats how it is in firefox and internet explorer)

Do i have to configure any settings or am i missing something here?

Someone please do help.
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Why do you have two certificates with the same FQDN?
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