Your connection is not Private message on the Unified Management Console of Data Center Security
Last Updated March 04, 2019
When user tries to access UMC(Unified Management Console of Symantec Data Center Security) they get the following message as "Your connection is not Private"
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from IP (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards)
Connection is not secure, certificate is not issued on the local computer or browser.
You will get the above error message if the certificate is not issued on the local computer or the browser, to do so you can follow below steps:-
Start > run > MMC.
Go into the Console Tab > File > Add/Remove Snap-in.
Click on Add > Click on Certificates and click on Add.
Choose Computer Account > Next.
Choose Local Computer > Finish.
Browse on Certificates > trusted Root Certification Authority > Certificates
Right click on middle pane > All Tasks > Import > Next > Click on Browse and select the appropriate cert "rootkey.cer" Default cert "rootkey.cer" is placed on location - C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Data Center Security Server\Server\umc\ssl\umcCA\certs. Once the file is selected > Next > Next > Finish
Once the certificate is imported clear your browser cache and restart the browser
Below are the screen shots for the same
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