Microsoft Edge: TLS server certificate verification changes

Microsoft Edge: TLS server certificate verification changes

Microsoft Edge users will experience changes in server certificate verification with the upcoming version 110 release. The certificate trust list and verifier will no longer be linked to the host operating system's root store and instead will be shipped with the browser. This move aims to enhance security and reduce reliance on host operating systems. The MicrosoftRootStoreEnabled policy is available for testing purposes to control the built-in root store and certificate verifier until policy deprecation. More information on these changes can be accessed via Microsoft's site.

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