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Install a certificate into IE store (windows Store) using an applet

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Hello,
I related my problem.
I have to make an applet in JAVA to generate a CSR, send it to CA and when I recive the certificate, install it into Windows Store.

The firsts steps I've already done, but I don't know how to install it into Windows store without user's intervention. I generate a PFX using the private key and Certificate in PEM obtain from CA.

Maybe using some script to do it...

Thanks
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by:Justin_W_Chandler
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Use the certificates manager tool:

certmgr -add -all -c "CERTIFICATE.P7B" -s -r localMachine Root

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cptools/html/cpgrfcertificatemanagertoolcertmgrexe.asp
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Can I use it from an apple?
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It depends on the OS installed. PPC with Windows should work just fine. You posted this in a Windows OS zone so I replied with a Windows-based solution :)
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The question was answered......
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I know, but I post the same question in Java zone, and send me here.

"PPC with Windows should work just fine"---> Could you explain this, please?

Thanks
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I use the command
certmgr -add -all -c "CERTIFICATE.pfx" -s -r localMachine Root

The response was

Error: Failed to open the source store
CertMgr Failed

Is there something that I'm doing wrong?

thanks
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You must have administrator priviledges, and you must execute that command from the directory that the certificate is located. it may help to put the full path there (i.e. "C:\DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS\USERNAME\DESKTOP\CERTIFICATE.PFX"
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certmgr doesn't install .PFX, only certs (because of password). But thanks, I already solved it.

I use JAWIN to link CAPICOM with my applet. THe solution has not accuracy.

But thanks otherwise
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