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    Question wireless on iMac

    Currently having problems with this - our wireless system stores a certificate on each allowed computer. Anybody have an idea where it might be stored on an iMac?

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    What's the authentication system? You'll have to provide some more information about the wireless system and the problem you're having...

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    Wireless issues

    Are you using radius authentication? Also check and make sure that the date and time on the systems that are having issues is correct. Please post more details so we can help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmer_eldritch View Post
    Currently having problems with this - our wireless system stores a certificate on each allowed computer. Anybody have an idea where it might be stored on an iMac?
    I thought wireless certificates were imported by OS X into the Keychain?

    If you open Keychain Access on any of your iMacs and take a look at the left hand side there should be a "Certificates" section that you can click on that will subsequently reveal all the imported certificates on the Mac. There are also root certificates and a "My Certificates" section too. All-in it's Keychain that I think you need for this. If you need to manually add a certificate- again it's through this tool. Simply use the Keychain Access > Certificate Assistant and all will be revealed...

    Hope that helps a little,

    Paul

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    if you export the cert from an xp machine and execute it on a mac it should put everything where you want it.

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