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Adding Certificates to the 'Trusted Publishers' container via Group Policy

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hi Experts,

I need to add a certificate to the Trusted Publishers container via Group Policy. From within Group Policy under Computer Confirguration - Windows Settings - Public Key Polocies i can add certificates to the Trusted Root Certificates but i can't find a way to add it to the Trusted Publishers container. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Thanks for the guidance Krzysztof. We have windows server 2003 with XP clients so from what ive read in your other threads is that im out of luck?? with this unless i have Vista or higher clients to use RSAT or i upgrade the DCs to Windows Server 2008.
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Yes, that's right :(

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