You must install the appropriate GlobalSign intermediate certificate on to your server for your SSL Certificate to work transparently with all applications and browsers.

GlobalSign Intermediate Certificates

GlobalSign Root Certificates

The GlobalSign Root CA Certificate is prepopulated in all known browsers, applications and devices and is rarely needed for web server installations. If you do need it however (for example for Apache v2 installations) follow the below instructions:

GlobalSign Root Bundle Certificates

Some Apache and Java-based applications require the root and intermediate certificates to be bundled in one certificate, if you know this to be the case for your web server, download the appropriate root bundle from below:


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