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I'm looking for a way to view certs via the command line.

Similiarly to do this through the gui I would simply type mmc in the runas box and add "certifcates" and localmachine.
 NOT user certifcates.

I went through the certmgr /? with no luck. It wants a cert store but I do not know what they are talking about. I don't know where my cert store is.

Thanks everyone
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Your tool is "certutil.exe" under %systemroot%\system32.
Type certutil /? to get a full list with the options and parameters. It is a very powerful tool.
Check this also:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732443.aspx
 
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