Downloading the Sentry self-signed certificate

You can download the download the Sentry self-signed from a browser. The steps differ slightly between browsers. The following sections provide the steps to download the Sentry self-signed certificate and its signing certificate, the CA certificate, using the Chrome browser.

Downloading the Sentry self-signed certificate on a Mac OSX using Chrome

Downloading the Sentry self-signed certificate on Windows using Chrome

Downloading the Sentry self-signed certificate on a Mac OSX using Chrome

These steps are specific to the Chrome browser. You may want to download the self-signed certificate if you are registering a Windows 7 device to Core using ActiveSync and Sentry uses a self-signed certificate.

Procedure 

1. Navigate to https://sentryhostname, where sentryhostname is the Sentry fully-qualified domain name.
2. Click on the Https padlock icon in the address bar.
3. Click Certificate Information.
4. Click the signing certificate (CA), then drag the certificate icon from the panel to your desktop.
5. Click the self-signed certificate, then drag the certificate icon from the panel to your desktop.

Allowing Windows 7 devices to sync .

Downloading the Sentry self-signed certificate on Windows using Chrome

These steps are specific to the Chrome browser. You may want to download the self-signed certificate if you are registering a Windows 7 device to Core using ActiveSync and Sentry uses a self-signed certificate.

Procedure 

1. Navigate to https://sentryhostname, where sentryhostname is the Sentry fully-qualified domain name.
2. Click on the Https padlock icon in the address bar.
3. Click Certificate information.
4. Click the Details tab.
5. Click Copy to File...
6. The Certificate Export Wizard appears.
7. Click Next.
8. Select the format you want to use as Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER), click Next.
9. Click Browse to navigate to the Desktop to save the file.
10. Enter a name for the file and click Save, then Next, then Finish.

Other formats are recognized by Windows Phone 7 as valid certificates, but other formats will not work with an Exchange ActiveSync account.

11. Click the Certification Path tab.
12. Select the signing certificate (CA certificate).
13. Click the Details tab.
14. Click Copy to File...
15. The Certificate Export Wizard appears.
16. Click Next.
17. Select the format you want to use as Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER), then click Next.
18. Click Browse to navigate to the Desktop to save the file.
19. Enter a name for the file and click Save, then Next, then Finish.

Allowing Windows 7 devices to sync .