Integrated Payments Setup: Installing the PAX Security Certificate - iOS

If you are utilizing Bluefin or Heartland for payment integration in RepairQ, you will need to download and install a Security Certificate on each computer/device that will communicate with a PAX payment terminal.

This tutorial will guide you through the process of downloading, installing, and testing the required certificate.

Next Steps

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Downloading and Installing the PAX Security Certificate

1. Open Safari browser and navigate to



3. You will receive a notification, asking for authorization to download a configuration profile. Tap Allow.



4. You will receive a confirmation that the profile has been downloaded, and you will need to install it from the Settings app. Tap Close to leave the pop-up.



5. Open the Settings application. You should have a notification that the profile was downloaded. Tap Profile Downloaded to begin the installation.



6. On the Install Profile pop-up, tap Install.



Note: If your device is password-protected, you will be prompted to enter your password.


7. Read through the warning message and tap Install.



8. Once the profile has been installed, tap Done to finish the process.



9. (Optional) We recommend rebooting your device after installation.


Testing the PAX Security Certificate

Open Safari and direct your browser to

  • If the certificate is NOT installed correctly, you will see this window letting you know that your device cannot verify server identity, and you will need to re-do the above steps:


  • If the certificate IS installed correctly, you will see a window similar to this, with a lock icon in the URL window.




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