We might experience the following error code “no trusted certificate found” while opening the iDRAC console via chrome browser using java.
In this case the issue might get fixed while we try to open iDRAC console via Internet Explorer and there are few cases were opening via internet explorer too might not work and in this situation the following below mentioned steps will help to resolve the issue
Please follow the below steps to resolve the issue
Note the iDRAC console URL from browser
Go to Start menu or Windows Search bar and type Configure Java and open the application
Configure Java will open Java Control panel were we could see different tabs like General, Update, Java, Security and Advanced panel
Go to Security tab and click Edit site list and add the iDRAC console URL in the popup exception site list and click OK
Now try to open iDRAC console and validate whether everything works fine.
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