Click ‘Advanced settings’ to see all options.In the section ‘Privacy and security’ click on ‘Manage certificates’. On the “Personal” tab, your expired electronic certificate should appear. Select the one you want to delete and click “Remove”
- In Chrome, go to Settings. - On the Settings page, below Default browser, click Show advanced settings. - Under HTTPS/SSL, click Manage certificates. - In the Certificates window, on the Personal tab, you should see your Client Certificate
Click 'Advanced settings' to see all options.In the section 'Privacy and security' click on 'Manage certificates'. On the "Personal" tab, your expired electronic certificate should appear. Select the one you want to delete and click "Remove"
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