We have recently renewed a Thawte SSL Web Server Certificate. After installing on the Web Server (Windows Server 2003), the certificate works fine if I publish directly to the server through ISA 2006.
However, we are required to use a Web Listener with ISA to publish our web server. I had exported the SSL certificate from the web server and installed on the ISA server as we ususally have in previous years during the renewal process. This rule worked fine with the old certificate that was about to expire, but with the new certificate, when clients connect to the website they get a warning about the certificate that states "This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certification authority."
When i view the certification path on the client, it shows only www.mydomain.ca and no other CA in the certification path.
This happens with IE, Chrome, Safari, etc. Firefox did not seem to have this issue.
I found a similiar thread on the ISAServer.org forums here: http://forums.isaserver.org/Certificate_problems_after_renewal/m_2002102813/tm.htm
I'm wondering if anyone has had a similar issue themselves and found a solution?