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certutil certmgr ?

What are other users using to deploy a trusted root certificate? I have attempted a bundle using script and it seems to run with out errors but the cert is not installed. Users are power users how do I elevate.
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Re: certutil certmgr ?

On Tue, 03 Oct 2017 18:46:02 GMT, zenuser
<zenuser@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:

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>What are other users using to deploy a trusted root certificate? I have
>attempted a bundle using script and it seems to run with out errors but
>the cert is not installed. Users are power users how do I elevate.


Should work if you create a bundle with these two steps:
1. Install the file to a location on the PC.
2. Launch executable with the following:
Command: C:\windows\System32\certutil.exe
Command Line Parameters: -addstore -f "Root" c:\path\filename

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Re: certutil certmgr ?

Set the CERTUTIL.exe Action shown by Ken to run as Dynamic Administrator or SYSTEM.
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Re: certutil certmgr ?

Thank you Craig! I forgot to mention that.

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Re: certutil certmgr ?

Is there any way to install self signed certificate to user's root container with prevent to display system alert message?
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Re: certutil certmgr ?

As Ken Noted....

Should work if you create a bundle with these two steps:
1. Install the file to a location on the PC.
2. Launch executable with the following:
Command: C:\windows\System32\certutil.exe
Command Line Parameters: -addstore -f "Root" c:\path\filename

Ensure Launch Executable is configured as "System" or "Dynamic Administrator".
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