If you’re having trouble connecting to Kawata using stable (latest), beta, or cutting edge, or the switcher doesn’t install the certificate properly, you can install the certificate manually.
- To begin, obtain the certificate [by clicking here].(/static/cert.crt).
- Then, open certificate.crt.
- Click the “Install certificate…” button.
- Click Next.
- Click “Browse…” after selecting “Place all certificates in the following store” (the second option).
- A new window will pop up, select Trusted root certification authorities and click Ok.
- Click Next.
- Click Finish.
How to test the certificate
To ensure the certificate has been installed successfully, make sure the switcher is On and open this page.
If everything else fails…
You can try to remove all existing Kawata/Ripple/Akatsuki/Enjuu/whatever certificates and install the certificate again. Follow these steps:
- Press Win+R - In the run box, type “mmc certmgr.msc” and press “enter” to launch the Certificate Manager.
- Select Trusted root certification authorities on the left.
- On the right, click “Certificates.”
- You should see a Kawata entry and one or two *.ppy.sh entries in the list. Select them, then right-click and select “Delete.”
- Select all the positive options.
- Launch the switcher, then select “Install certificate,” followed by “Yes.”- Connecting to Kawata’s bancho server via https should work.