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I would like certificates to have an extension

Hello, I would like to add an extension to the certificate of Device Portal.

Currently, the name of the certificate is "rootcertificate".
Therefore, if you try to acquire a certificate on iPhone's Safari, it becomes a download of the file, you can not install the certificate.

Now I download the certificate on Mac once, change the file name to "rootcertificate.cer" and transfer it to the iPhone using AirDrop. This is very troublesome and I can not even install it unless I have a way to transfer from Mac to my iPhone.

If the name of the certificate is "rootcertificate.cer", you should be able to install the certificate directly from iPhone's Safari.

Can Microsoft change the file name of the certificate to "rootcertificate.cer"?

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