No matter what I do, the SSL certificates will not stay trusted in Windows 10. I can restart my browser, run as administrator, etc and the SSL doesn’t stick. This is causing an issue when trying to pull from APIS (like YouTube) that require a secure connection.
Does this happen for all sites in Local, or just one in particular?
This happens in all my sites
Are you able to create a new, plain WordPress site in Local and access it in a Browser?
Yes I can create sites no problem
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For example: macOS Catalina or Windows 10 Professional
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I’m having the same issue with Win 10 Pro. But once I open the site in the browser I’m seeing https and there’s no warning about unsecure. So maybe it seems Win 10 recognizes the TRUST to TRUSTED but for some reason Local loses track.
More or less, for me atm it’s a non-issue as long as the brower uses https
drikfan, not me. (Mac, Catalina) I reverted to 6.3.0, have certs that say “always trusted” in my keychain, and even when I allow an exception in Firefox, it still is not a secure connection. Same behavior in Chrome. Frustrating.
@yomartin and @drikfan - the Mac issues will be resolved in Local v6.4.1 which will be available on our releases page shortly. www.localwp.com/releases. We had several users confirm the fix was working for them in the Beta build we published last week.
As for Windows (original post here), there does seem to be a UI bug specific to Windows like mfs_au explains here - SSL Will Not Stay Trusted - #3 by mfs_au. The certificate is trusted, but the UI reverts back. The developers started taking a look at this this morning.