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How do I download the Active Directory server's SSL certificate?

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How do I download the Active Directory server's SSL certificate?
I need to import this to my JVM

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Jamie
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Run MMC, Add the Certificates Snapin, select to open the Computer store, then local computer (if you're logged in to the DC). Expand Personal, then Certificates. The certificates listed are all the certificates issued to your DCs. If you are using Secure LDAP, one of those certificates should be set up for that purpose. If you aren't using Secure LDAP, then probably any of the certificates listed will more or less work.
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