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How to make self-signed SSL certificate trusted by all in Windows domain network?

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I created a self-signed SSL certificate in IIS6 for an intranet site. I added it to the Certificate Authority under Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder and imported it to the Enterprise Trust folder.

My users are still getting an SSL certificate error saying it is not trusted. So how do I make it trusted to all users so they do not get SSL certificate errors when the view the intranet site (without making them explicitly install the certificate on each of their PC's)?
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