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    Default TLS error when using the Java client and 30 trial certificate from RapidSSL

    The java fallback error is because the CA is not in Java for the free trial cert from RapidSSL. This will not be an issue when you obtain a permanent certificate. To work around in the meantime you need to add the CA to the certificate store in Java on the client devices you are testing from. I attached the CA cert to this post. Copy that file to any machine (I used C:\Temp\ in this example) and rename the extension to .cer and run the following command:

    **From a command line**
    cd “c:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin” (or wherever Java is installed)
    keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias myrootcert -file c:\temp\myroot.cer –keystore c:\Program Files\Java\jre6\lib\security\cacerts (modify the path as required based off the install location)

    It will prompt for a password and when it does enter the following: changeit

    Again, this is only required with the 30 day trial certificate.
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    Brian Welchel

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