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Group Policy to deploy certifcate in Trusted Publishers

Posted on 2008-10-17
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I'm trying to add a certificate to users' trusted publisher store using group policy.  I found this article, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc770315.aspx , but I don't have trusted publishers listed like they mention in this article when I edit group policy: Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Public Key Policies\Trusted Publishers

I have: Encrypting File System, Automatic Certificate Request Settings, Trusted Root Certificate Authorities, and Enterprise Trust...  But I need it in Trusted Publishers.

Any idea how I do this?

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by:sullivanr6
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on the server/workstaion, when you "start", "run", "mmc", "add remove snap-in", add the computer cert, add the user cert, you saying that you don't have the "trusted publishers" directory???

J

winXP pro, win2k3??
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I found the answer by using software restriction policies.
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by:dMa
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could you tell me what did you changed? i have the same problem!
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