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How to clear certificates the Cross Cert Removal Tool didn

  • Most of the time when running the Cross Cert Removal Tool it doesn’t remove the certificates that are preventing you from accessing some DoD CAC enabled websites
  • This guide will show you how to use certmgr.msc to remove the “bad” certificates manually
  • NOTE: This is the only procedure for Windows RT devices to remove the “bad

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MilitaryCAC's Information on the importance of DoD

  • The Cross Cert Remover tool is "supposed" to be an automated way of removing some certificates that cause access problems
  • From what I've experienced, you still need to follow my guide [slides 16&17] and manually remove certificates the Cross Cert Removal Tool fails to remove
  • Feel free to use if you want to waste your time.

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FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover 1.18 – DoD Cyber Exchange

  • FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover 1.18
  • This tool removes certificates which cause the cross-certificate chaining issue for DoD (and optionally ECA) users from Microsoft Local Computer and User Certificate stores
  • The following Operating Systems are supported: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server …

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Remove Cac Certificate

  • The Department of Defense (DoD) issues new CA certificates
  • You are using SSL with LDAP for authentication
  • By default, the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On truststore already contains the current certificates for CAC
  • To add another CA certificate, see Importing a certificate into cacerts.p12.

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MilitaryCAC's ActivClient 6.2 hotfix update page

  • Please sign up for the Change Detection service above to be notified when new hotfixes or Cross Cert Removal tools are added to this page
  • Update your ActivClient 6.2.0.x software (Windows 7 and below)
  • Update ActivClient 7.0.2.x software (Windows 8.1)
  • Update ActivID 7.1.0.x software (Windows 10 & 8.1)
  • NOTE: Some of people "may" need to Right click …

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FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover 1.15 User Guide

• Users’ CAC certificates may appear to chain to a root beyond/other than DoD Root CA 2 or 3 • Users may receive a prompt to install the Common Policy Root Certification The FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover tool should only be run by DoD relying parties and, to be effective, the tool should be run once as an administrator and once as

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Disa Fbca Cross Certificate Removal

  • FBCA Cross-Certificate Remover 1.18
  • This tool removes certificates which cause the cross-certificate chaining issue for DoD (and optionally ECA) users from Microsoft Local Computer and User Certificate stores
  • The following Operating Systems are supported: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003R2, Windows Server 2008

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Common Access Card (CAC) Information for home use

  • Once you click the Software & Install Button, follow the buttons from left to right
  • Use the Site Map link at the top of every page (left of the MilitaryCAC logo) 3
  • Use the Installation Steps above
  • Use the " One-Stop Shop " notes page
  • Watch videos showing and explaining how to install the software.

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Activating the PIV-Auth ( Authentication ) Certificate

  • Activating the PIV-Auth (“Authentication”) Certificate (Adding the Certificate to the CAC) NOTE: You do NOT need to replace your CAC or visit a RAPIDS/DEERS (ID office) to complete this action
  • Access the website below from your Coast Guard workstation or personal computer with a CAC reader.

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AVHE Access Instructions

  • If that happens, you need to install the DoD Certificates and run the FBCA Cross-Certificate Removal Tool

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Public Key Infrastructure/Enabling (PKI/PKE) – DoD Cyber

  • The WCF PKI has recently deployed updated WCF Signing CAs 1-10
  • These new certificates are now available in the WCF PKI PKCS#7 Certificate Bundle v5.12
  • The latest DoD PKI CA Certificates Bundle (PKCS#7) v5.9 has been updated to include new CA certificates for DoD ID/EMAIL CAs 62-65, DoD SW CAs 66-69, and DoD Derility CA-1.

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DoD PKI Automatic Key Recovery

  • One problem in the past with the DoD PKI infrastructure was the inability to recover Common Access Card (CAC) private encryption keys and certificates that were either expired or revoked
  • This becomes necessary when a CAC is lost and its certificates are revoked or when a CAC and the certificates it

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How to Remove a Root Certificate: Windows, Apple, Mozilla

  • Press the Windows or Start button, then type “MMC” into the run box
  • This will launch Microsoft Management Console
  • Select File, then Add/Remove Snap-In
  • Click the Certificates heading in the console tree that contains the root certificate to you want to delete
  • Select the certificate that you want to delete
  • In the Action menu, click Delete.

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Updating Email Encryption and Signing Certificates

  • To add or change your email address and request new or updated Email Encryption and Signing Certificates: On the “Home” page, click Change CAC Email
  • Note: If you have more than one CAC (i.e., Civil Service and Reserve), multiple CAC information boxes will display
  • Click the action in the box associated with the CAC that you want to update.

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Managing Your CAC

  • You will need a personal identification number (PIN) to access information stored on a CAC
  • Only those authorized personnel who are granted access to the applications and secret keys can modify or delete the data …

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How do I fix a Ako certificate error

  • How do I fix my CAC certificates? CAC Cert Issues
  • Sometimes removing certs from Internet Explorer and then republishing them alleviates issues
  • Run the root cert issue resolver tools provided by the government
  • Click the “Tools” tab to find them

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Windows 8.1, Military CAC, Dual Persona PIV Cert, DEE-mail

  • This certificate is called a PIV certificate
  • The PIV certificate on the CAC has been properly activated
  • Using other computers that have a middleware software called ActivClient loaded, I am able to log onto DEE without any problems
  • However, I have read that Windows 8.1 does not need ActivClient in order to access the CAC.

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BIG-IP logout page

  • If you have a CAC with DoD certificates, go to the DoD Cyber Exchange NIPR version and try a different certificate: Click Here
  • If you have seen this page more than once after attempting to connect to the DoD Cyber Exchange NIPR version, clear your cache and restart your browser
  • Alternatively, try a different browser.

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