Browser throws server didn’t accept your login certificate, or one may not have been provided

Elasticsearch is configured and installed in local server.

While calling
http://servername:9200
It throws client sending HTTP request to https server.
But when I send https://servername:9200
The browser throws
server didn’t accept your login certificate, or one may not have been provided.
Please provide to suggestions or steps to selve this issue.
Thanks in advance

How?

basic configuration.
Installed elasticsearch through msi installer in windows and i just choose basic configuration.

bootstrap.memory_lock: false
cluster.initial_master_nodes:
  - node1
cluster.name: elasticsearch
http.port: 9200
network.host: 198.0.0.12
node.data: true
node.ingest: true
node.master: true
node.max_local_storage_nodes: 1
node.name: node-1
path.data: C:\Users\8560\Desktop\Elasticsearch msi\data
path.logs: C:\Users\8560\Desktop\Elasticsearch msi
transport.tcp.port: 9300
xpack.license.self_generated.type: basic
xpack.security.enabled: false

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I don't see anything suspicious here so I guess you are behind a corporate proxy which is sending this message.
You should may be configure your browser to ignore the proxy for your service address.

while requesting http://servername:9200/_cat/indices i get

actually we are getting "CLIENT SEND A HTTP REQUEST TO HTTPS SERVER".

client is elasticsearch right?

No, client is your browser and the server is Elasticsearch.

As David already mentioned:

I guess you are behind a corporate proxy which is sending this message.

That is, your proxy is reporting this error, your requests don't even reach Elasticsearch.

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