I had some problems using the scripting engine to get the UVNC certificate loaded.  I found this article that will use a Computer Settings GPO to put the cert into Trusted Publishers.

http://www.bibble-it.com/2008/09/03/adding-trusted-publishers-certificate-with-group-policy

This problem effects Windows 7, and it can stop the installation of UVNC if you choose to install the video driver.  You get a prompt asking you to allow the installation from an untrusted source.  This fixes that problem.

I have attached the certificate in case you need it.  (rename to .cer)

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You can install the cert as part of the script.

Try something like this:
certutil -f -addstore "TrustedPublisher" cert.cer

Answered 08/18/2011 by: dchristian
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Thanks for the feedback, D.  I had problems getting that command to run.  I think my quotes were wrong, but I couldn't get it sorted.

The GPO worked like a champ.

I just realized that I put the 1.0.9.6.1 certificate in my last post.  I'll attach the 1.0.5.6.  As before, ren to txt

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Answered 08/18/2011 by: jabelltulsa
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  • Hi,

    I don't find the link to the certificate on the post.

    Where can I find it and do you have one for the latest version 1.0.9.6.2 ?

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You can install the cert as part of the script.

Try something like this:
certutil -f -addstore "TrustedPublisher" cert.cer










Answered 08/29/2011 by: jabelltulsa
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