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[SOLVED] SSL Error 61: You have not chosen to trust "Entrust Root Certification Authority - G2", the issuer of the server's security certificate

Tomas Jedno


Hi there,


I have a problem with the connection via Citrix. I'm trying to connect to the our application, but I'm getting this error:


When I'm looking for the cert in certmgr, I found it in Trusted Root Certification Authority -> Cetrificates



The Citrix Workspace version is (2102) and Windows 10 build 19042.789. I was trying to uninstall Citrix and perform a new installation. I also tried the LTS version of Citrix Workspace. I also tried downloading the certificate from www.entrust.com and importing it. If I download Citrix to a private PC, the application works fine. Any idea how to fix this issue?

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@Martin: The problem is on my home network, at work and when connected via LTE modem. I tried to turn off the antivirus and firewall, but the problem keeps recurring.


@Sam: Could you please be more specific? Because the same version of the system, the same Citrix application, the same way of connecting, but on two devices different result (on one work, on the other not). Citrix on Android also works without problems

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I agree with @sam 


Also please update the root cert in case 

md C:\temp\certs

# download latest SST from Microsoft
CertUtil –generateSSTFromWU C:\temp\certs\RootStore.sst

# Import RootStore.sst to Trusted Root CA Store
$file=Get-ChildItem -Path C:\temp\certs\Rootstore.sst
$file | Import-Certificate -CertStoreLocation Cert:\LocalMachine\Root\





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