SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate

Hello, I recently renewed my SSL cert on my git server - and now I get an error "SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate".  I've dug through countless stack exchange articles (and many other posts) regarding this error, and have tried a lot of solutions including completely removing GIT and SourceTree from my machine, manually deleting any remaining data including my source tree profile info, and re-installing.

I feel like the new cert might have a new root cert that isn't implicitly trusted or something.  You can see the cert (and entire cert chain) if you navigate here:  https://gitlab.stonefin.com.

Any ideas on what else I may be facing?

Thanks,

Carl

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dido. 2 days now i've been getting this. an answer would be excellent.

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