Thursday, July 10, 2008

Install trusted root CA certificate in Windows Vista

Thursday, July 10, 2008 Posted by Andre Broers , , , 13 comments
Because of the new adminstrator rights in Windows Vista installing a new Trusted Root Certificate isn't straight forwarded.

The steps are:

Start Internet Explorer as Administrator (right click and run as administrator).

Goto Tools-Internet Options-Contents-Certificates

Goto the trusted root Certification Authorities and choose Import.

Now find your certificate and goto Place all certificates in the following store, click browse and click show physical stores. Because you started as administrator the local machine option is available under the Trusted root Certificate Authority. Select this and you are all set.

13 comments:

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