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Problem With ssl certificates and upgrading to 2000 active directory.

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We are in the process of switching out compnay over to active directory. So some people are still on a NT 4.0 domain and some people are in a active directory domain.
 
The problem is with accessing some banks that require a ssl certificate to be issued to specific users.  

The people that are still in the NT 4.0 domain are able access the secure parts of the banks web pages using the certificates given them.

The people that have been switched over to active directory are having some problems. After they went to the web site and got new certificates, they try and access the secure pages and for every section of the web page it has to open they have to click through a couple screens talking about verifying the certificate. Eventually they can get through to the web site but it takes a long time.
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From internet explorer:

Go to Tools >> Internet Options >> Security >> Trusted Sites >> Click on sites and add the site in question.
See if that works

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