CertAid for Windows manages the entire certificate setup procedure for Internet Explorer on Windows 7 and 8, giving users a more reliable installation experience.
The setup procedure includes installing the MIT CA as well as your personal certificate, optionally deleting old certificates, and setting the correct security settings via a single, graphical application. If you need to retain access to old user certificates, choose "No" when asked to delete them.
CetAid for WIndows now includes an option to subscrive (unsubscribe) to MIT WAUS service. When you select "Change Settings for All Users" - "Configure Internet Options" CertAid automatically subscribes your machine to use MIT Auto Update Service - MIT WAUS.
- Operating system: Windows 7/8/8.1
- Internet Explorer 9 or higher
.NET Framework 4.0 or higher
Note: The installer does not automatically install .NET 4.0. You need to run Windows Update to update your system to the latest Microsoft security patch / update prior to installing Certaid.
Download and double-click the installer, then follow the on-screen instructions to install CertAid for Windows onto your computer. For more information, see: Installing CertAid for Windows
Windows 7 users: CertAid for Windows requires that .NET 4.0 or higher be installed on your machine. You need to update your system to the latest Microsoft security patch/update prior to installing CertAid.
win.mit.edu users: The MIT Certificate Tool for Windows is not needed for win.mit.edu domain users.
CertAid for WIndows version 220.127.116.11
- Product name changed from CertAid for Internet Explorer (Windows) to CertAid for Windows
- Option to subscribe (unsubscribe) to MIT WAUS service
- Updated list of MIT Trusted Sites added