Hi, I've setup my own NPM Registry and want to use it with Unity's Package Manager. Everything looks fine as long as I'm not using my self-signed certificate. This is the error message Unity prints to the console: Code (CSharp): An error occurred while resolving packages: Project has invalid dependencies: com.demo.abc: unable to verify the first certificate A re-import of the project may be required to fix the issue or a manual modification of D:/dev/demo/manifest.json file. I suspect that the npm client binary is the culprit here. This is because I had to instruct the locally installed npm to use a .pem file that contains my self-signed certificate via ~/.npmrc file. I've tried to put a .npmrc in several places (project and unity editor internal folders) but to no avail. I even deleted the npm folder from "<InstallDirOfUnity>\Editor\Data\Tools\nodejs" and Unity just works fine in regards to the Package Manager ... hmmm... Any ideas? Would really like to use PM with my own registry.