To join a Zoom meeting with a TLS connection, Zoom updates its certificates periodically. Administrators may need to install the new certificates for Zoom meetings after these certificates are updated.
How to add root certificates manually for Conference Room Connector
Certificates are currently issued by DigiCert. A root certificate may need to be manually added to your system’s trust store if it is not already there.
Download root certificate: https://cacerts.digicert.com/DigiCertGlobalRootCA.crt
Valid until: 10/Nov/2031
Serial #: 08:3B:E0:56:90:42:46:B1:A1:75:6A:C9:59:91:C7:4A
SHA1 Fingerprint: A8:98:5D:3A:65:E5:E5:C4:B2:D7:D6:6D:40:C6:DD:2F:B1:9C:54:36
SHA256 Fingerprint: 43:48:A0:E9:44:4C:78:CB:26:5E:05:8D:5E:89:44:B4:D8:4F:96:62:BD:26:DB:25:7F:89:34:A4:43:C7:01:61
An intermediate certificate may need to be manually added to a system in rare cases:
Download intermediate certificate: http://cacerts.digicert.com/DigiCertSHA2SecureServerCA.crt
Valid until: 08/Mar/2023
Serial #: 01:FD:A3:EB:6E:CA:75:C8:88:43:8B:72:4B:CF:BC:91
SHA1 Fingerprint: 1F:B8:6B:11:68:EC:74:31:54:06:2E:8C:9C:C5:B1:71:A4:B7:CC:B4
SHA256 Fingerprint: 15:4C:43:3C:49:19:29:C5:EF:68:6E:83:8E:32:36:64:A0:0E:6A:0D:82:2C:CC:95:8F:B4:DA:B0:3E:49:A0:8F