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I am having a problem with intermediate certificates, and wonder:

Could the problem be (that clients report an intermediate cert is missing), be the result of my web server having zero outbound inet access?

From my knowledge, the server only serves to the client, and the client takes the cert (public key) and then may troll the internet to validate that cert.

This is iis on win 2012, fwiw

IIS provides a certificate chain to the client using the certificates loaded in the server computer's registry. You need to obtain the missing intermediate certificate and install it onto the server so that it can provide a complete certificate chain to clients.

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    • @samsmith - For serving TLS/SSL, no. It's not going to go out and grab CRLs, certificates, etc. (Acting as a TLS/SSL client is a different story.)

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