What is the default trusted root CA?

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Product and Software: This article applies to all Aruba controllers and ArubaOS versions.

Any client or server software that supports certificates maintains a collection of trusted certification authority (CA) certificates in its certificate database. These CA certificates determine which other certificates the software can validate. In the simplest case, the software can validate only certificates issued by one of the CAs for which it has a certificate. It is also possible for a trusted CA certificate to be part of a chain of CA certificates, each issued by the CA above it in a certificate hierarchy. A trusted root CA certificate is a certificate of aCA that is added to a browser by the browser vendor.

By default, Aruba uses the Equifax default certificate. This CA is saved by a name on the client browser. When you create a profile for client configuration using the WIFI Configuration Tool, you must give the exact name as it is saved in the client browser. Then only the profile for the client machine will be working.

Use "Equifax_Secure_Certificate_Authority" as the default trusted root CA.

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