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V.1.0

2015/4/1

First revision

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V.2.0

2018/2/26

Operating environment updates:
Safari 10.0 or later
Google Chrome 56 or later
Opera 40 or later

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Table of Content
1. Installing the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
1-1. Operating Environment
1-2. Prerequisites
1-3. Install Procedure
2. Checking the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
2-1. Using Safari
2-1-1. Operating Environment
2-1-2. Confirmation Procedure
2-2. Using Google Chrome
2-2-1. Operating Environment
2-2-2. Confirmation Procedure
2-3. Using Opera
2-3-1. Operating Environment
2-3-2. Confirmation Procedure

1. Installing the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)


1-1. Operating Environment

The procedures only in the following environment are described in this document:

Supported environment:

Safari 10.0 or later (macOS)
Google Chrome 56 or later (macOS)
Opera 40 or later (macOS)


1-2. Prerequisites

The prerequisites for installing the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) in Safari, Google Chrome or Opera are described.
Replace the technical terms according to the user environment in which the Certificate will be used.

Prerequisites

  1. The Certificate (PKCS#12 file) has been obtained;
  2. the access PIN for the Certificate has been also obtained; and
  3. the operation system is macOS; and
  4. Safari, Google Chrome or Opera has been installed.


1-3. Install Procedure

Procedure to Install the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
  1. Select the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) issued by this Service.


  2. The [Keychain Access] dialog prompts entry of the password for the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) issued by this Service.
    Enter the Access PIN issued by this Service in the [Password:] box and click [OK].


  3. If the dialog prompts the keychain password, saying "Keychain Access wants to use the "login" keychain.
    Please enter the keychain password," do so in the [Password:] box and click [OK].


    This completes installation of the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) into the web browser.


2. Checking the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)


2-1. Using Safari


2-1-1. Operating Environment

The procedures only in the following environment are described in this document:

Supported environment:

Safari 10.0 or later


2-1-2. Confirmation Procedure

Checking the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
  1. Select [Finder].


  2. In the Finder screen, select [Applications] in the menu pane and then [Utility] in the Applications pane.
     

  3. Select [Keychain Access] in the [Utilities] pane.


  4. In the resulting [Keychain Access] screen, select [Certificates] in the menu pane to make sure that the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) issued by this Service has been installed.


    This completes confirmation of the Certificate (PKCS#12 file).


2-2. Using Google Chrome


2-2-1. Operating Environment

The procedures only in the following environment are described in this document:

Supported environment:

Google Chrome 56 or later


2-2-2. Confirmation Procedure

Checking the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
  1. With Google Chrome, click the [Chrome Menu] on the browser toolbar and select [Settings (S)].


  2. In the [Settings] tab, click [Manage certificates].
     

  3. In the resulting [Keychain Access] screen, select [Certificates] in the menu pane to make sure that the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) issued by this Service has been installed.

     
    This completes confirmation of the Certificate (PKCS#12 file).


2-3. Using Opera


2-3-1. Operating Environment

The procedures only in the following environment are described in this document:

Supported environment:

Opera 40 or later


2-3-2. Confirmation Procedure

Checking the Certificate (PKCS#12 file)
  1. Select [Settings] in the [Opera Menu].


  2. In the [Settings] tab, select [Privacy & security] and click [Manage certificates…] in the HTTPS/SSL field.
     

  3. In the resulting [Keychain Access] screen, select [Certificates] in the menu pane to make sure that the Certificate (PKCS#12 file) issued by this Service has been installed.

     
    This completes confirmation of the Certificate (PKCS#12 file).



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