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Can't access Web Interface SSL/TLS Issue

I used to be able to access the web interface all the time.  I haven't had a need in several months.  Now whenever I try to connect, regardless of the browser, I get errors about  SSL being out of date and access being refused.  How do I update the copier or get around this restriction?  I am using a D95

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Re: Can't access Web Interface SSL/TLS Issue

Chrome and Firefox both do that on mine but I have no issue with MS Edge , or Internet Explorer 11.

But if you are having the same problem with those two browsers and get no option to continue anyway I would suggest just running an old browser that will support it.

 

Here is the official Firefox archive to get one of their old versions

 

Here is the archives of the open source version of Chrome

 

The printer firmware for the Engine is:

General release = 1.204.9

Spar (Latest) - 1.201.1

 

I am not sure of the reasoning behind the number being lower on the latest spar release, just call up Xerox and ask for a link to it if needed, I could find nothing on any of my sources to get a download link, Sorry.

 

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Joe Arseneau
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Re: Can't access Web Interface SSL/TLS Issue

you can also disable SSL trough the tools of the machine, disable SSL/https

 

then you are able to access the webinterface, create a new self signed certificate

enable ssl again :)

 

the default certificates are only 1 year valid on the machines

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Re: Can't access Web Interface SSL/TLS Issue

if you are on windows you can download an older version of firefox to get this to work

 

https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/releases/3.0.19-real-real/win32/en-US/

 

then going to the webpage should work but you will have to "add an exception" to the security popup you will see.

 

then while in the xerox centreware internet services you can go into the "Security" settings and go to "Machine Digital Certificate Manager" and create a new 1024 bit Certificate.  

 

I found that this still only works on Internet Explorer and not Chrome... have not tested on new versions of firefox or Safari,

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