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Windows Server 2003 Active Directory - Add trusted Certificate to Domain

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Can I push out a certificate from applicationX to all PC's in my domain?
The certificate isn't trusted by the domain but I need the PC's in the domain to trust it so the users won't get prompted with the security question "do you trust this certificate"

I'd like to add trust based on the certificates URL if possible.. seems like that would be the easiest.

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