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We have created a form in Infopath 2010 for use with SharePoint 2010. The form contains digital signatures. If I open the form in InfoPath the DS loads with no problem. However, if I open the form from the browser, IE9, I get a "Revocation Status cannot be verified" error. How can I troubleshoot/fix/supress the error?

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Has this problem been resolved? I'm having similar issues. Thanks, Chuck –  user13431 Dec 5 '12 at 16:14
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Maybe you need to add the cert's root certs into central admin. You do this under security and manage trust.

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+1 This could be the reason. Make sure you have added root certificates to your CA. Here is the link on how to do it: falakmahmood.blogspot.se/2011/07/… –  Falak Mahmood Jun 25 '12 at 17:56
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Usually one gets such error when the Infopath itself is used for generating a certificate instead of getting it from a Certificate Authority but it was not exported from development machine where it was generated and imported into computer store on Sharepoint server as Trusted Root CA.
You might find it useful this description in msdn forum How to create certificate for infopath forms

Note also that:

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