Updated SSL and now get CA error

I renewed a domain’s SSL cert using the same CSR as before and now on the GeoCerts SSL cert check, I am getting: “A valid Root CA Certificate could not be located, the certificate will likely display browser warnings.”

Need some help. I deleted and installed the new cert and installed the intermediate cert at server level, restarted apache and iworx. Everything went fine, but getting a browser warning. Where does the CA get updated?


I figured it out. With Geotrust EV certs, you have to add a line to the vhost SSL section in /etc/httpd/conf.d/vhost_domain.com.conf

SSLCACertificateFile /home/domain/var/domain.com/ssl/GeoTrust_CA_Bundle.crt

And then put the whole cert bundle in the file, and restart apache. This is an extended validation certificate.