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Wireless GPO settings - Setting Up Peap with new Root Certificates

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hi,

Microsoft recently updated it's Root Certificates (KB931125v7_INTL).

I have a GPO for my wireless configuration which has 2 "Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority" check boxes.

Soon, my wireless team will be using the new certificates.  I can install them via WSUS or manually or logon scripts, I'm sure.... but...

How do I get the new Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority to show up in my Trusted Root Certification Authorities list when creating the GPO?

Where is this list coming from?  The DC?  The local computer?

Thanks!!
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You'll want to add the Certificate into the list under Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Public Key Policies\Trusted Root Certification Authorities

Right click the folder there and click import and it will start a wizard to import the Root CA Cert.
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Awesome.  Thanks!
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