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IIScertdelpoy.vbs to import certificate

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I am trying to use the IIScertdelpoy.vbs script to import a .pfc file to a bunch of remote web servers and install on a specific web site. I keep getting these errors:


IISCertDeploy.vbs -c <.pfx filename>   -s <servername>  -i <website>

Error importing certificate:
Invalid procedure call or argument (Error 0x5)

What am I doing wrong here??? This .pfx has no passphrase .... I just need to  import a wilcard certificate to around 100 web servers. I know this is possible but cant figure out what I am doing wrong...

Thanks for any help
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sorry for delay here..... That helped thanks.
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Thanks for 'A' :)

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