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Configuring browsers to trust your DC/OS CA

Enterprise DC/OS Preview Updated: February 15, 2017

About configuring browsers to trust your DC/OS CA

The procedure for configuring a browser to trust your DC/OS CA varies by operating system and browser. Refer to the section that corresponds to your browser/operating system pair.

Configuring Google Chrome on OS X to trust your DC/OS CA

Note: Procedure works best with Chrome 56.

  1. Type the DC/OS cluster URL or the public IP address of a master in the address bar of your Google Chrome browser.

  2. Open the View menu, expand the Developer menu, and select Developer Tools.

  3. Select the Security tab.

  4. Click View certificate.

  5. Click on the certificate image in the dialog and drag it onto your desktop.

  6. Click the magnifying glass icon in the top right of your desktop to open Spotlight Search. Type Keychain Access in the box.

  7. In the Keychain Access dialog, select System.

  8. Drag the certificate from your desktop into the Keychain Access dialog.

  9. Provide your password in the prompt and click Modify Keychain.

  10. Double-click the certificate in the keychain, expand the Trust section, and select Always Trust in When using this certificate.

  11. Close the dialog.

  12. Provide your password at the prompt and click Update Settings.

  13. Open a new incognito Chrome window and open the DC/OS web interface. The path to the DC/OS web interface in the address bar should now be marked Secure.

Configuring Mozilla Firefox on OS X or Windows to trust your DC/OS CA

  1. Type the DC/OS cluster URL or the public IP address of a master in the address bar of your Mozilla Firefox browser.

  2. Click Advanced.

  3. Click Add Exception.

  4. Click Confirm Security Exception.

  5. The lock in the top left should have a yellow exclamation point. If you hover over this icon, you will see the message, “You have added a security exception for this site.”