Error validating server certificate for xcode
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Then I've configured the Xcode continuous integration with Subversion (using self-signed certificate), also created bots and etc. Attached is the log:: [XCSCheckout Operation.m:719 7c087310 0ms] checkout Error: Error Domain=NSURLError Domain Code=-1202 "The certificate for this server is invalid.
The underlying issue with this error is that a machine is being blocked from contacting the revocation servers for our web server's SSL certificate.
To pass the check a machine needs to contact at least one revocation server over HTTP/port 80.
If that's set properly and you're still having trouble, the easiest way to fix it is to change an Internet Explorer setting (Ninite uses the same settings).
Since Ninite runs as Administrator, you may need to log in as Administrator and change these settings for that account.