Chrome (from Google)

Importing SSL Client Certificates

  1. Save the client certificate e-mailed to you by your squadron representative to your desktop or hard drive.
  2. Open the Chrome browser.
  3. In the toolbar at top right hand corner, click on icon with three horizonal black bars: "Customize and Control Google Chrome."
  4. Near the bottom of the menu select "settings"
  5. At the bottom of the page select "Show advanced settings..."
  6. Toward the bottom of the page under "HTTPS/SSL" select "Manage certificates..."
  7. In the pop-up window select the "Personal" tab.
  8. Click the "Import" button.
  9. At the bottom of the pop up window "Welcome to the Certificate Import Wizard," select "Next."
  10. Next to the "File name:" box, click on "Browse."
  11. In the long box at the bottom of the pop up window "Open," type in your certificate file name, e.g., "cs-10-joe-bagofdoughnuts.p12." (If you already saved it to your desktop or hard drive it should appear after you type a few characters.)
  12. Select "open."
  13. Select "Next."
  14. In the box under the "Password" box, type in your 29-character password (case sensitive).
  15. Ensure the box is checked next to "Include all extended properties." Then select "Next."
  16. On the "Certificate Import Wizard" page, click on the circle next to "Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certificate," then select "Next."
  17. On the "Completing the Certificate Import Wizard" page, select "Finish" at the bottom of the page.
  18. In the pop up box, it should say "The import was successful." Then click "OK."
  19. Check to see if you can access "Classmates Only" quick link on <https://usaa-1965.org> website.
  20. If you can access "Classmates Only," e-mail your squadron representative and so advise.
  21. If you can't access "Classmates Only," try steps 2 through 18 again and/or contact your squadron representative by phone.