I have a FreeBSD-11 Mate desktop from which I am attempting to connect to an internal WebDaV resource that uses a privately issued certificate. When the file browser / connect to server dialogue box is provided the server name, protocol (https/webdav), user name and password then I get this message box:
The site's identity can't be verified: The signing certificate authority is not known. Certificate information: Identity: webdav.hamilton.harte-lyne.ca Verified by: CA HLL ISSUER 01 Expires: 04/09/19 Fingerprint (SHA1): DB 66 1F BE 27 47 3B D6 50 1B AE 4A 5E 07 3B E5 91 A4 DC 60 Are you really sure you would like to continue?
When I answer Yes then I see this message:
HTTP Error: Unacceptable TLS certificate
I have added our private CA root and issuer certificates to the KDE SSL Preferences for the user in question. But I cannot determine what it is about our certificate that the file browser does not like. We do not have this problem from our CentOS-6 Linux users nor our MS Windows7pro users. These can all connect without problem. So this is specific to FreeBSD.
Is there any way of discovering exactly what FreeBSD does not like about the certificate? Is the error logged anywhere?