Exporting and Importing Unipass ID to Use on Another Device

If you’re looking to use your Unipass on more than one computer, here’s how to do it

We've used Google Chrome Internet Browser for this demonstration.

 

Please note: You'll need to export/import your certificate to use it on another device. Collecting a certificate on one device and then collecting a certificate on another device will make the previous certificate collected inactive.

 


To export the certificate:

1.    Open Google Chrome
2.    Click on the "Settings" menu (3 lines at top right of screen)
3.    Click on "Privacy & Security”
4.    Click on the "Security Tab" 
5.    Select “Manage Certificates” (scroll down at bottom)
6.    Highlight the appropriate certificate - Origo Root CA
7.    Click the "Export" button
8.    Click on “Next“
9.    Select "Yes, Export Private Key"
10.    Click on “Next“
11.    Select the tick boxes "Include all Certificates..." & "Export all extended properties" **Windows 10 users** - Also tick "Enable Certificate Privacy"
12.    Click “Next“
13.    Enter a password in the first box and confirm in the second box **A password MUST be used **
14.    Click “Next“
15.    Click "Browse" to select the location you would like to save your Certificate file
16.    Select the location to save your certificate and enter a File Name
17.    Click “Save“
18.    Click “Next“
19.    The information box should have 4 entries:- File Name, Export Keys, Include All Certificates and File Format
20.    Click “Finish“
21.    Exporting your Private Exchange Key - Click “OK“
22.    Export was completed successfully - Click “OK“

Your Unipass digital certificate will now be stored in the location you have specified. You may transfer the file to another computer using normal methods - such as saving to a disc or shared drive, or via e-mail.

Once accessible on the new PC, the Unipass certificate may be imported into a your Google Chrome web browser.



To import the certificate:

1.    Open Google Chrome
2.    Click on the "Settings" menu (3 lines at top right of screen)
3.    Click on "Privacy & Security”
4.    Click on the "Security Tab" 
5.    Select “Manage Certificates”
6.    Click the "Import" button
7.    Click on “Next“
8.    Click on the Browse button to locate your Certificate file
9.    Select the location you have stored your Certificate file
10.    Highlight your Unipass (Tip - if this does not initially appear try selecting "All Files" in the "Files Of Type" field)
11.    Click “Open“
12.    Click “Next“
13.    Enter the Password you selected when exporting your Unipass 
14.    Select the following tick boxes:- 
"Mark The Private Key as Exportable"
"Include all extended properties"
15.    Click “Next“
16.    Select the option "Automatically Select...."
17.    Click “Next“
19.    Click “Finish“
20.    Importing a new Private Exchange Key
21.    Security level set to medium - Click “OK“
22.    The import was successful - Click “OK“