Importing Certificate Authority into the Google Chrome browser

You must import certificate authority into the Google Chrome browser to prevent certificate errors when accessing the HCL OneTest Server UI.

Before you begin

You must have completed the following tasks:
  • Saved a certificate authority (CA) during the installation of HCL OneTest Server.
    You can run the following command to get the certificate from the system:
    kubectl get secret ingress -n test-system -o jsonpath={\\.crt} | base64 -d
    Remember: test-system is the name of the namespace. If you created a namespace by using a different value, then you must use that value in place of the test-system.
  • Installed the browser that you want to use to access HCL OneTest Server.


  1. Open a Google Chrome browser.
  2. Navigate to Customize and control Google Chrome > Settings.
  3. Click Security from the Privacy and security pane.
  4. Click Manage certificates, and then Import.
  5. Click Next in the Certificate Import Wizard window.
  6. Click Browse and select the CA that you want to import, and then click Next.
  7. Select the Place all certificates in the following store option to store the CA securely.
  8. Click Browse, and then select Trust Root Certification Authorities as certificate store.
  9. Click OK, and then Finish.


You have imported the CA into the Google Chrome browser.