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How do I automate the import of a certificate (.cer) file in Mozilla Firefox

11/23/2014 5484 views
Hello All,

I'd like to ask on ways to import the .cer file and deploy it to SCCM?

Thank you!


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if you don't have AD integrated Certs... I normally use certmgr

certmgr /add /s /r registryLocation sourceStorename

Check out this link, for all the commandlines, make sure it works silently with the arguments you need.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/e78byta0(v=vs.110).aspx

Answered 11/24/2014 by: Badger
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  • Hello Badger, we have AD integrated certs however the mozilla firefox browser needs to import the .cer file. No problems on IE and Chrome.
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Have you considered capturing the installation of the .cer file on a test machine and then creating a deployable package which installs the certificate into Firefox?
Answered 11/26/2014 by: EdT
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  • The firefox will install it to per-user location. and that per-user location is a random alphanumeric folder name.
    • In order for Firefox to be able to use this certificate, it must keep a record of the random folder name somewhere - either in a file or as a registry item. This is why I make the point about capturing the install and checking for this information.
 
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