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I cannot access MOL.USMC.MIL from my macbook pro. I have a

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I cannot access MOL.USMC.MIL from my macbook pro. I have a CAC reader GSR202
class mil.usmc.mol.csp.exceptions.InvalidCredentialsException
Invalid Credentials
keeps popping up and does not accept my certificate. How can I access it? I did try another link and different web brewers and still no access and does not work still.
How can I get it to work?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Jins M. N. replied 3 years ago.
Hi, Thanks a lot for posting your query here. I am Jins here to assist you.Please do the following steps.

Log in to the Mac with a local administrator account (card NOT in the reader)
Launch Keychain Access form the Applications/Utilities folder
Insert the card into the card reader
In the Keychains panel of Keychain Access, select the card's keychain.
The certificates on the card will appear
In the right pane, click the first certificate
If 'This certificate was signed by an unknown authority' displays in red, double click it the certificate.
The Certificate Information window will open
Scroll down to the Extension section labeled 'Certificate Authority Information Access' and click the
link just below it (Ex.
The CA certificate will download to the Mac
Close the Certificate Information window-
Quit Keychain Access.

Locate the certificate in your downloads folder and double click it.
The Add Certificates window will appear asking if you want to add the certificate to the keychain
Set the Keychain field to System and click OK.
Enter administrator credentials if prompted.
If prompted, choose "Always Trust".
The new certificate should appear under System in the Keychain Access window

Do the same process for each of the remaining certificates



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