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Chrome is showing red(not secure) even the company ROOT CA is in the trust authorities list. Everything is good with IE. And firefox works also well after adding the root ca to firefox cert store.
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Hi,
Does this also happening in Chrome incognito mode? Do you have any extension?
Also, are you using VPN?
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thanks for your reply.

it’s the same issue in incognito mode.

I have few extension but that shouldn’t be the reason.
 
No VPN connected.

BTW,  the root CA is already trusted by windows. The website cert is issued by the root CA with the IP as the CN in the cert.
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According another user just told me. They have some problem about that Chrome won't apply their settings. And they discovered reboot computer and set again Chrome worked.
Did you reboot your computer and set again yet?
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I did restart chrome and reboot windows system many times but it didn't help. :(
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It might be some issue on Chrome. Can you help me check can Chrome Canary version working? https://www.google.com/chrome/canary/
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I got the same issue with Chrome Canary. Seems that Chrome doesn't accept the identity certificate if the CN is an IP address. Is there any way we can add it to trusted list?
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Hi Max,

Thank you, I was doing a Microsoft PKI deployment and was struggling to get Chrome to trust my internal Root CA and Intermediate CA. This was a issued certificate for a internal web server.

Once I added in the IP address and DNS name to the Subject Alternate Name during the enrollment of the web certificate it was immediately trusted in Chrome.

You will need a DNS A record create internally for the device so Chrome to resolve it. 

CN=example.com.au 
DNS Name=example.com.au
IP Address=10.1.1.1 

FYI: Firefox can be done via GPO with the following registry entry. This will allow Firefox to use internal Root CA.

Location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Firefox\defaultPref
Create REG_DWORD: security.enterprise_roots.enabled
Hexadecimal Vale: 1
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