HP T410 with ssl certificate

We had have over 300 HP T410 and using VMWare to connect up to a virtual desktop. The T410 has the newest firmware on it using the Linux OS that has the vmware client installed. We also use the HP device management software. We have Go Daddy for our CA. There are about 4 of the T410 that have the Go Daddy G2 ssl cert in the root CA. These devices work with no issue.

My issue is the rest of the t410. For some reason these t410 do not have the Go Daddy G2 ssl cert in the root CA. If I install the cert on the local CA the device works. The only issue with this is that I have over 300 devices to do this too. So i have 3 questions:

1. How can I install the cert on the root CA and where do these devices get all the certs on the root? The DC?
2. How can I do this is a bulk so I don't have to go to everyone?
3. Why does 4 HP t410 have the cert in the root but all others do not? Did I delete from a location? May on a server my mistake?

Thanks,
Brian
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bbayachekAuthor Commented:
We found out how to do this. We had to do it with a USB device.
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