How to explain the Google chrome that it is understood that the certificate is correct?

There is a self-signed certificate. How to explain the Google chrome that the certificate is trusted? I don't need to disable certificate verification. I just want to trust the certificate which I did. Adding a certificate to the trusted list did not give. Rather gave just that IE trusts the certificate.
July 8th 19 at 11:22
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July 8th 19 at 11:24
stackoverflow.com/questions/7580508/getting-chrome...

This worked for me:

Using Chrome, hit a page on your server via HTTPS and continue past the red warning page (assuming you haven't done this already).
Open up Chrome Settings > Show advanced settings > HTTPS/SSL > Manage Certificates.
Click the Authorities tab and scroll down to find your certificate under the Organization Name that you gave to the certificate.
Select it, click Edit, check all the boxes and click OK. You may have to restart Chrome.

You should get the nice green lock on your pages now.

EDIT: I tried this again on a new machine and the certificate did not appear on the Manage Certificates window just by continuing from the red untrusted certificate page. I had to do the following:

On the page with the untrusted certificate (https:// is crossed out in red), click the lock > Certificate Information.
Click the Details tab > Export. Choose PKCS #7, single certificate as the file format.
Then follow my original instructions to get to the Manage Certificates page. Click the Authorities tab > Import and choose the file to which you exported the certificate, and make sure to choose PKCS #7, single certificate as the file type.
If prompted certification store, choose Trusted Root Certificate Authorities
Check all boxes and click OK. Restart Chrome.
It did not help. And I noticed such a thing. When you add a certificate via the list of trusted windows, it is added and visible in the list. But if using chrome, its not on the list. The addition occurs without error. The certificate is in the trusted list of intermediate centers. If you open the certificate, it is displayed as deistvitelno. In short, not helped by all this - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:27
July 8th 19 at 11:26
might there be sha1?
sha256 https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ba2jgdi15tijde/23.PNG?dl=0 - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:29
July 8th 19 at 11:28
install a certificate on your computer, you choose to place the certificate in the store... the trusted root certification authorities. restart chrome and voila.
I wrote that it didn't help. - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:31
OK, where did you get the certificate you are trying to install? - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:34
: I wrote that the certificate is self-signed. So I made it myself. - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:37
: I understood it) you generated the certificates. put on your webserver and if necessary, change the config and restart the service. so?
you install the public key? all right?
go to the website - your connection is not protected and blablabla. click on the crossed out https read more - view cert - issued to = the domain of your website, who issued = your server.

if you're in chrome open your website by domain name and not by ip, then everything will work. - Anita52 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:40
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you generated the certificates. put on your webserver and if necessary, change the config and restart the service. so?
certificate not server kerio. this is the router. don't know what else there is to add.

you install the public key? all right?
Yes, the public key is installed. IE accepted it and warnings not to be. I really don't quite understand, does chrome your certificate store, or ispolzuet system.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ba2jgdi15tijde/23.PNG?dl=0 here's how it looks. I'd like to not just enter the site and login without all those red crosses and preduprezhdeny. - virgie commented on July 8th 19 at 11:43
: additional options - web interface. write a new name or use an existing one.
then just below it look for ssl certificates - edit - generate a new certificate for your address admin panel.
choose it active. apply.
close chrome, open chrome again, go to the admin panel to confirm the change of certificate. install the new Sert. should work. - Anita52 commented on July 8th 19 at 11:46

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