Skip to content »
ITS and UVa logos for printed output

Personal Digital Certificates

Locating your Personal Digital Certificates

By Operating System/Browser

Windows

Macintosh

Cisco VPN

  1. Open VPN Client.
  2. Click the Certificates tab.

Firefox

  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Open Preferences/Options
    • Mac: From the Firefox menu, choose Preferences.
    • Windows: From the Tools menu, choose Options.
  3. Click the Advanced icon.
  4. Select the Encryption tab (or the Security tab in Firefox 1.5).
  5. Click View Certificates.
  6. Click the Your Certificates tab and expand the University of Virginia listing.

Internet Explorer (Windows only)

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. From the Tools menu, choose Internet Options.
  3. Click the Content tab.

    IE Internet Options 
            screenshot

  4. Click Certificates….
  5. Click the Personal tab.

    IE Certificates screenshot

Keychain Access (Mac only)

  1. Open Keychain Access (located in the Applications/Utilities folder).
  2. Click My Certificates in the Category column.

    Keychain screenshot

Microsoft Certificate Store (Windows only)

  • Microsoft Certificate Store manage certificate transactions for many applications (e.g. Internet Explorer, Cisco VPN). To access this store, use the directions listed under Internet Explorer to access the certificates stored in this location.

Safari (Mac only)

  Page Updated: Friday 2013-09-13 16:06:11 EDT

Standards & Policy

University of Virginia
Information Technology Services
2015 Ivy Road
P.O. Box 400324
Charlottesville, Virginia, 22904-4324 USA

UVa Help Desk: 434-924-HELP (434-924-4357) • 4help@virginia.edu

Page Updated: 2013-09-13; © 2014 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.

The information contained on the University of Virginia’s Department of Information Technology Services (ITS) website is provided as a public service with the understanding that ITS makes no representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability or suitability of the information, including warrantees of title, non-infringement of copyright or patent rights of others. These pages are expected to represent the University of Virginia community and the State of Virginia in a professional manner in accordance with the University of Virginia’s Computing Policies.