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Odd, from my experiences if the client has the proper chain then you're good to go.
Is the java client on a windows machine or unix machine?
Java doesn't take advantage of the windows key/certificate store, it has its own.
I'm assuming the java client is connecting via and can resolve the CN on the certificate issued to the web service, yes?
Is there some hidden setting to force the Intermediate CA to be include or am I incorrect in my interpretation of the spec.
If I am incorrect I do not see how the proper client cert could ever be identified. The trust chain in question in from Entrust and is three levels deep, the CA, an Intermediate CA and the leaf.
In this case the service is secured by a Server Cert signed by the intermediate and the client is calling using a Client Cert signed by the same intermediate.
Yes the common name matches the publicly available hostname of the box running the webservice.
I am observing an issue in which the TLS handshake is failing between a Java Client and a web service hosted under IIS 7.