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can someone give me some ideas how i can install a digital certificate under user context or for any user i choose?\
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Haven't tried it, but you might be able to use CertMgr.exe http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/e78byta0(VS.80).aspx
I see it can import to the HKCU as well, so it seems it should work.
Answered 09/27/2007 by: FrankSpierings
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thanks for the info FrankSpierings this is just want i'm looking for, but it seems that it requires .NET tools to be installed?

Is there any thing else i can use that doesn't require .Net tools ?
Answered 09/27/2007 by: justinSingh
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does anyone have any idea how i can install a .pfx certificate that's password protected using certmgr.exe ?
Answered 09/27/2007 by: justinSingh
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Mmm,

Not sure if this might help, but when I was looking through the Microsoft script center I saw that you can import a certificate into the Active Directory as well (per-user). So maybe this might help. I don't have any other solution, so I suggest you scavenge google a bit better if nobody else has a solution for you here either.

edit: typo
Answered 10/01/2007 by: FrankSpierings
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can someone give me some ideas how i can install a digital certificate under user context or for any user i choose?Strange...I posted a response last week which directed you to your post in the Scripting forum http://itninja.com/question/how-do-you-roll-out-new-machines?9010&mpage=1&key=chilkat煙
Answered 10/01/2007 by: VBScab
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