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Importing the Bizagi certificate
Before moving on, ensure that you have received the Bizagi certificate file, having .pfx file extension.
Once you have verified this, follow these steps:
1. Open the .pfx file.
When opening the .pfx file, you should see a Certificate Import wizard launched to assist you with this one-time Import procedure.
Ensure the Store location is set to Current user, and click Next:
2. Confirm the file to import.
Ensure that the file name for this .pfx file matches the one you selected and click Next:
3. Provide password details.
Type in the following password:
Ensure that the Include all extended properties checkbox is ticked and click Next:
4. Choose the certificate store where the certificate is placed.
Select the Place all certificates in the following store option, and click on Browse... to locate Trusted Root Certification Authorities:
Once you verify that Certificate store: specifies the above definition, click Next:
5. Confirm the summarized details.
Ensure the settings for the Import matches your definitions and click Finish:
Before proceeding, you will be prompted for a new confirmation, but this time displaying the name of the Bizagi Cloud development environment as contained in the Bizagi certificate.
Click Yes to continue:
6. Close the Certificate Import Wizard.
Ensure the procedure is finished and it displays a success message.
At this point the import is completed and you may proceed by accessing the Bizagi Cloud development environment.