Symptom,I have upgraded my Windows OS to Windows 10 Anniversary edition recently and right after doing that I started to get the following error when connecting to the VPN. I have downloaded the same VPN client.
A certificate chain processed, but terminated in a root certificate which is not trusted by the trust provider.
Yes, we know your
Fix or WorkaroundI was able to get around this issue by simply re-generating the root certificate and then generating a client certificate. Then exporting the full public and private key pair files to Azure portal for your private network.
After you do so you can have the portal re-
You can follow the Self Signed Certificate Steps on the Azure web site to generate the Root and also Client certificates.
Do Not Go Down These Paths
- There is no need to discard the original certificate pair you have uploaded. You can simply upload your new certificate. This may break other VPN users who are relying on current certificates. Both certificates are good.
- More importantly, there is no need to re-do the private network.
- You can use both Classic and Resource Manager model, so use the model that you are familiar with. It is all about uploading the proper certificates.
- Do not do "extract the
certusing RAR" stuff. The self-signed root certificates are just not right for your situation so extracting and manually installing them won't do a jack.