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Configure certificates on FortiAuthenticator

To download Google Root CA Certificate:
  1. Open a new Internet browser and navigate to https://pki.goog.
  2. Under Root CAs in the Repository tab, download the GS Root R2 certificate in the DER format. The file will be called GSR2.crt.
To import the Google Certificates into FortiAuthenticator:
  1. In FortiAuthenticator, go to Certificate Management > Certificate Authorities > Trusted CAs, and click Import.
  2. Enter a Certificate ID and then upload the Google Root CA certificate previously downloaded.
  3. Go to Certificate Management > End Entities > Local Services, and click Import.
  4. Under Import Certificate , select Certificate and Private Key as the Type.
    Enter a Certificate ID, and select the Certificate file and Private key file from the file you unzipped previously. A Passphrase is not required. Click OK.

Configure certificates on FortiAuthenticator

To download Google Root CA Certificate:
  1. Open a new Internet browser and navigate to https://pki.goog.
  2. Under Root CAs in the Repository tab, download the GS Root R2 certificate in the DER format. The file will be called GSR2.crt.
To import the Google Certificates into FortiAuthenticator:
  1. In FortiAuthenticator, go to Certificate Management > Certificate Authorities > Trusted CAs, and click Import.
  2. Enter a Certificate ID and then upload the Google Root CA certificate previously downloaded.
  3. Go to Certificate Management > End Entities > Local Services, and click Import.
  4. Under Import Certificate , select Certificate and Private Key as the Type.
    Enter a Certificate ID, and select the Certificate file and Private key file from the file you unzipped previously. A Passphrase is not required. Click OK.