Thanks for getting in touch! I'm sorry to hear that you are seeing issues while using Docker Container Registry with a self-signed certificate, even though it's been successfully added to your Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store.
One option which comes to mind could be to ensure that the certificate has been added to the Computers' certificate store, it may have been added to your local users' store perhaps.
As a troubleshooting step, could you please download/export the self-signed certificate to a known location (eg, c:\temp) , then execute the command
Thanks for the response and information to check. I found a work around to problem that enables me to test Docker deployments:
First, I used a HTTP URL for the External Feed. Then I used the Registry Path to enter the HTTPS path to the registry with the self-signed cert. The registry is configured on the Docker target host as an insecure registry, so it will not verify the cert.
Since I am only need this configuration to evaluate and test the Docker features, this will be fine. I will get a proper internal company cert for production. If I have any problems with this configuration I will raise another issue.