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Import  .crt certificate into Other People Certificate store in IE8 using a batch script

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I need to import  two  .crt certificates into IE8. these certificates must get imported into the "Other People" certificate store to be used by the client pc for server authentication. I would like to deploy these certificates to 200+ windows 7 pc's using SCCM 2012 with a script. I would appreciate the help. Thanks
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Are they domain attached? If so, it'd be far simpler to use a group policy.
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Agree with Tony1044. I's much more simpler via Group Policy
http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/library/cc770315(v=ws.10).aspx
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Thanks guys your solution worked like a charm. I appreciate the help.
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