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Import X509 certificate using a script in personal certificates

Posted on 2009-04-07
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Hello experts,

In our network we use a X509 certificate to communicate with a secured web service. Every year this certificate is renewed and must be installed on all computers in the network.
When we renew a certificate, we must export this certificate (including the private key) so we can import it on all the other workstations. This import-procedure consists of just double-clicking te certificate-file and hit "next" at every step.

What we would really like to do is to import this certificate, into the personal certificates, using a (login)script. I've looked into tools like certutil and certmgr but I can't figure out how to use them exactly.

Thanks in advance
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Question by:Supracom
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I found the solution myself:

certutil -importpfx -f -user -p "password" "filename.pfx"
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