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

Additional Resources

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Downloading and Installing the PAX Security Certificate

1. Open Safari browser and navigate to https://repairq.io/ca.repairq.io.cer.

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

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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.

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

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

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

 

7. Read through the warning message and tap Install.

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

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

 

Testing the PAX Security Certificate

Open Safari and direct your browser to test.term.repairq.io.

  • 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:

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  • 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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