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Question: How to add DOD root certificates to macOS?

How do we add DOD root certificates to our Mac's?


I visited the information Assurance Support Environment site (iase.disa.mil) looking for public key infrastructure tools (Home > PKI-PKE > Tools) and did not find any for macOS tools.


My personal system is running macOS Sierra 10.12.6


Thanks in advance and apologies if this is a duplicative question

MacBook Pro

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Mar 17, 2018 7:53 PM in response to Rex202 In response to Rex202

Have you tried deleting the certificate, then visiting the web site again to download a new certificate?


From Safari Help


Change the trust settings of a certificate


You can view or change a certificate’strust policies in Keychain Access.


Open Keychain Access for me


In the Category list, select a category.

Select a certificate, then choose File > Get Info.

Click the Trust disclosure triangle to display the trust policies for the certificate.

To override the trust policies, choose new trust settings from the pop-up menus.

Safari Certificate not recognized



Certificate isn’t being accepted

Mar 17, 2018 7:53 PM

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