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IE to use Machine Certificate Store

Posted on 2014-03-19
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We are setting up 2way SSL (client authentication) using X509 certificates. We want to use IE to access the service. The client certificate is in Machine store (Personal) of the machine on which the user is logged on. How can I make IE point to machine store to get the certificate for client authentication?
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IE maintains it's own cert store, you need to import the cert to IE on each of the machines, or push it out via Group Policy.
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IE uses the system store right (which has machine, personal etc.)?
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Follow my post on your other question on using a logon script to import the certificates
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