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Deploy Certificates into Trusted Publishers with Group Policy

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I have two Certs I need imported onto many PC's into Trusted Publishers.

We are on a Windows 2003 domain.

I created a new GPO and under Computer Configuration / Windows Settings / Software Restriction Policies, Right click and create a new SR policy and I Change the Security Level to Unrestricted.
I also tried under the User Configuration.  This was explained in this link.
http://www.bibble-it.com/2008/09/03/adding-trusted-publishers-certificate-with-group-policy

This is not working for me.  Does anyone have any advice or a good working method?
I have been doing my own research without much luck, unfortunately.

Thank You,

Steve
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 250 total points
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Please check this similar issue on MS Technet forum
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverGP/thread/31067cb5-ed80-429a-935e-9f9f9aeb2179

Regards,
Krzysztof
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I already have RSAT on my Windows 7 machine so this was an easy solution.  
I should have thought of this, but unfortunately I did not.

Thank you.
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