We are having issues with our SSL IIS certificate on our site and the ability of Safari browser users being able to access it.
Our Web site is hosted on Windows 2008 server with IIS7.
Our SSL certificate is issued by Network Solutions and tests successfully with an SSLchecker on the web.
We have SOME Safari users that cannot connect to our site with the SSL Certificate enabled.
Users are getting a “No certificate available” or a “Confirm Certifiate” message when users access from Safari.
We do have some safari users for instance on an IPhone that can access ok from Safari version 6.0.4.
Posts are suggesting to set the server to accept all certificates or to set OSCP and CRL to be disabled on the Mac OS.
Our website is on IIS7 and Most Mac users are running OS 10.7.5 (Lion) Windows Safari users also have this issue.
Does anyone have any insight to this? Any suggestions would be appresiated.