Uninstalling a Certificate on a Client That Has Connected to the MAP Gateway - Facility Explorer - Metasys - LIT-12012015 - TL-MAP1810-0Px - TL-MAP1810-0Sx - Gateway/Router - MAP Gateway - 5.0

Mobile Access Portal Gateway Network and IT Guidance Technical Bulletin

Brand
Facility Explorer
Metasys
Product name
MAP Gateway
Document type
Technical Bulletin
Document number
LIT-12012015
Version
5.0
Revision date
2018-05-01
Language
English

If you are removing or replacing a MAP Gateway and wish to uninstall the certificate from your computer, follow the procedures in this section that are appropriate to your operating system. Note that you do not need to uninstall the certificate because a new certificate overwrites existing certificates on MAP Gateway.

Uninstalling the Security Certificate on iOS® Platforms

To remove the MAP Gateway security certificate on an iOS platform, navigate to Settings > General > Profiles, select the mapgwy.com certificate, and then tap Remove twice.

Uninstalling the Security Certificate in Apple® Safari® for Mac
  1. In Applications > Utilities, double-click the Keychain Access Application.

    Figure 1. Keychain Access
  2. Right-click the certificate you wish to remove (in this case, www.mapgwy.com ), and then click Delete.

  3. Enter your administrator credentials, and click Update Settings to remove the certificate from the keychain.

Uninstalling the Security Certificate in the Windows® Internet Explorer® Web Browser
  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet options.

    Figure 2. Internet Options Selection

  2. In the Internet Properties dialog box, click the Content tab, and then click Certificates.

    Figure 3. Internet Properties Content Tab

  3. In the Certificates dialog box, click the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab, select the Johnson Controls authority, and then click Remove. A Certificates warning appears.

    Figure 4. Certificates

  4. In the Certificates warning dialog box, click Yes. A Root Certificate Store warning appears.

    Figure 5. Certificates Warning

  5. In the Root Certificate Store warning dialog box, click Yes. You return to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab of the Certificates dialog box.

    Figure 6. Root Certificate Store Warning Dialog

  6. In the Certificates dialog box, click Close, and then click OK.

    Figure 7. Trusted Root Certification Authorities Tab

Uninstalling a Certificate in Google® Chrome™
  1. Click the Customize and control Google Chrome button and select Settings.

    Figure 8. Google Chrome Customize and control Google Chrome menu

  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the pane and select Show advanced settings

    Figure 9. Advanced Settings

  3. Scroll to the HTTPS/SSL section click Manage certificates and select the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab.

    Figure 10. HTTPS/SSL

  4. Select the Johnson Controls authority, and then click Remove. A Certificates warning appears.

    Figure 11. Trusted Root Certification Authority Tab

  5. Click Yes. The certificate is removed immediately.

    Figure 12. Certificate Removal Warning