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I'm getting a Certificate Warning

If you get a certificate warning (failed to validate certificate), try the following steps. 

Make sure your Java settings are correct:

  1. First, close your internet browser (IE, Firefox, etc).
  2. Click the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  3. In Control Panel, select "Programs", and then click "Java".  This opens the Java Control Panel.
  4. Click the “Advanced” tab
  5. UNCHECK the “Check certificates for revocation using Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL)” checkbox.
  6. UNCHECK the “Enable online certificate validation” checkbox.
  7. Click Apply.  You may now exit Java Control Panel, restart your browser, and try printing again. 

 

You can also try manually deleting your certificates: 

  1. First, close your internet browser (IE, Firefox, etc).
  2. Click the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  3. In Control Panel, select "Programs", and then click "Java".  This opens the Java Control Panel.  
  4. Select the Security tab, and then click the Certificates button.  
  5. Another window pops up called "Certificates".
  6. Highlight all Certificates, and then click the Remove button.  Certificates are simply re-issued the next time you visit a site, so this does no harm to your system.
  7. When finished, click Close and then close the Java Control Panel.  Restart your browser and try printing again.  

 

You could also try uninstall/reinstall Java.