Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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TomNB
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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Wow, that is strange. Which browser are you using?
SeeCwriter
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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I've tried it with both Chrome and Edge. Same results for both. Could there be a system library configuration issue?
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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I attached my .bin file of the simple example for the MOD5441X. See if works for you.
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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Did my bin file work for anyone?
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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Seems to work fine for me. See attached.
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Re: Simple Onboard Cert Gen with v3.x

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I see that you're using Firefox, so I installed Firefox and tried it and it works with Firefox. It does not work with Chrome or Edge. My coworker thinks the issue is with the Alternate Name. Apparently, Firefox doesn't need a valid Alternate Name, whereas Chrome and Edge do.
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