Correcting Security Certificate
Issues with Internet Explorer 7
Recent changes to Microsoft Internet
Explorer 7 may cause certain secure pages in our web
site and login scripts to receive Security Certificate
Errors. In most cases, these errors refer to an invalid,
mismatched or expired certificate. Under normal
circumstances you should not ignore such errors when
displayed as they may be a sign of a dangerous website.
However, when accessing the official web site of
or company resources you can safely ignore such prompts
and errors. Remember all the resources will be
under our web site: Example:
This issue has recently caused the e-learning login
page, and our reservation page to work incorrectly. It
has also caused some staff and clients to get stuck in
an endless loop of pop-up boxes when signing in or login
out of e-learning Access.
To correct both of these issues,
please follow the instructions below.
Changing Security Certificate Settings
Internet Explorer 7.
Left-click Tools on the right side of
the menu bar at the top of your screen.
Left-click Internet Options from the pop-up menu.
Your Internet Options window will be displayed.
Left-click the Advanced tab.
You'll need to change settings in the
area highlighted here.
To make the changes scroll down the window checking and
un-checking options as necessary.
best results, make sure that your options match those in
the screen shot to the right.
To correct the specific problem with
Security Certificates, you'll just need to uncheck the
option highlighted in red below.
If for any reason this does not
correct the problem, or if you see this issue when using
Internet Explorer 6, also uncheck the option highlighted
To complete the changes, left-click Apply.
Then left-click OK.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen it. You should no
longer see these issues. Now you should
visit the e-learning center again or the page that you
were looking for.