• Content Keeper Browser Certificate Install Directions:

    In order to connect Personal Devices to wireless, you must install our Content Keeper certificate and then connect to the network "ACSC".  Follow device specific directions by clicking on the links below.  

    Click HERE to download certificate

    Please note that these directions may not work for all devices; it is dependent on your operating system and age of your equipment.  We do not support phones but you are welcome to try the steps below. 


    Windows 10 Computers
    Chrome / Edge / IE - optional step if you still can't browse internet with these browsers
    Firefox - optional step if you still can't browse internet with this browser


    If your Operating System is listed below you will also need to download the ACSC Wifi Certificate available to the left.

    Mac OS X Computers
    Safari / Chrome

    Android Devices
    Chrome Browser

    iOS Devices (Apple)
    Safari and Chrome

    Chrome OS (Chromebooks)


    Windows 10 Computers

     Windows Specific Browser Install Information



    Run window

    Navigate to: Certificates - Local Computer→Trusted Root Certification Authorities→Certificates

    Certlm window

    Right-click Certificates and select: All Tasks→Import...

    All Tasks - Import

    Make sure “Local Machine” is selected as the location and select “Next” on the Cert Import Wizard

    Import Wizzard

    Select “Browse…” to find the downloaded cert, and “Next” to continue


    Verify that this will Place the cert in the “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” store and press “Next” to continue

    Place in Trusted Root

    Confirm your settings and press “Finish” to complete the import


    OK to close


     Windows Specific Browser Install Information


    Select the Menu icon and choose Options from the menu

    Firefox options

    Choose “Advanced” from the sidebar, then the “Certificates” tab, then “View Certificates”

    Advanced window

    Select the “Authorities” tab under Certificate Manager, then select the “Import…” button


    Browse to your downloaded cert, select it, and press “Open” to continue


    Select all available options for the cert trust and press “OK” to continue

    Select all

    Verify that it shows up in the list and press “OK” to close Certificate Manager



    Mac OS X
    Safari and Chrome

    You will need to be logged in as the administrator to make changes (make sure you know your administrator password)

    how to set up an admin account on a Mac

    • Double click the cert to add the Content Keeper certificate for Avon to the keychain
    • Choose "system" for type of keychain
    • Click Add

    keychain certificate image

     Enter in your admin credentials (see example below) for the Mac and select “Modify Keychain”


    Under settings, click on security and privacy icon

    security and privacy screenshot

    Confirm by selecting “Always Trust” Content Keeper for Avon

    Always Trust

    It will show authenticating; press continue

    authenticating to network screenshot

    • Once it shows that the certificate is valid, you need to set trust settings
    • Check all the boxes to always trust and press continue

    always trust screenshot

    • Enter your admin credentials and select “Update Settings”
    • The cert should now be installed
    • Final step is to click on the wifi icon on bottom right task bar - choose ACSC and click connect



    • Click on Settings
    • Click on Biometrics and Security

    Samsung Settings

    Click on Other Security Settings

    Oher Security Settings Android screenshot

    Click on Install from Phone

    Install from Phone Samsung screenshot

    Choose Content Keeper Avon certificate

    IBoss Avon Cert screenshot

    Verify your identity on your phone

    verify identity Samsung screenshot

    Certifiate Name: Content Keeper 

    Certificate Name Samsung screenshot

    Used for: Wifi

    used for wifi Samsung screenshot

    Final step is to click on the wifi icon on bottom right task bar - choose ACSC and click connect

    Android Chrome Browser

    There are multiple ways to install the cert, this will cover the most direct and repeatable across most Android UI skins

    Navigate to the Settings menu→Security→Credential Storage→Install from device storage

    Android Security

    Choose the location you saved the cert (default storage location for the browser)
    Device Storage→Download(s)

    Device Storage  Download

    Select the cert and press “Done” to continue


    The cert should populate with a name, (if not enter ContentKeeperCA2020 ). Under the "Credential use" drop down select "WIFI" from the list, Select “OK” to continue

    Name Cert

    You should see a message confirming the installation


    To verify the installation simply return to the Credential storage section in Security and select “Trusted credentials”


    Select the “user” tab to find all user certs

    User tab

    Safari and Chrome

    Download certificate with link above.  Click on Settings/Profile Downloaded/Install.

    Install profile

    Select “Install” from the top right portion of the Warning window


    Select “Install” when it asks to confirm to Install Profile

    Select Install

    Select “Done” from the “Profile Installed” dialog window


    After Verification, click on Settings/General/About/Certificate Trust Settings (bottom of the page)/Toggle on Content Keeper 

          Certificate Trust Settings Certificate Trust Settings

    Chrome OS

    From the Chrome browser select the menu button and open “Settings”

    Chrome Settings

    Scroll down and select “Show advanced settings”

    Show Advanced

    Scroll down and select “Manage certificates” under HTTPS/SSL


    Select the “Authorities” tab, and then the “Import…” button

    Authorities Import

    Navigate to the cert you downloaded, select it then select “Open”


    Select all items on the trust verification window, then select “OK” to continue

    Select all

    Verify that it shows up now under “Authorities” and select “Done” to close the Certificate manager window