Integrated Payments Setup: Installing the PAX Security Certificate - Chrome OS

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 that will communicate with a PAX device.

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

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Downloading the PAX Security Certificate

1. In Chrome browser, click this link to download the certificate. The file will be named "ca.repairq.io.cer".

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2. Next, click the Options Button (three dots) at the top right of your browser. From the list of options, click Settings.

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3. On the Settings page, click Privacy and security in the left column.

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4. Under the Privacy and security section, click Security.

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5. On the Security page, scroll to the bottom of the page. Under the Advanced section, Manage device certificates.

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6. On the Certificate pop-up, click on Authorities, then click Import.

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7. At the bottom of the Import Dialog, change the file type to All Files.

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8. Navigate to where you downloaded the certificate and select it.

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9. Check all three Trust Settings and press OK.

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Testing the PAX Security Certificate

In Chrome, browse to https://test.term.repairq.io to verify that the browser is configured to trust the security certificate. Click the lock icon to view the security certificate details.

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Click Connection is Secure to view the certificate and verify that it is secure and valid.

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