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Install a certificate in an environment where the user is locked down (Citrix)

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  • loureed4
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    Hello,

    I was wondering if I can run a script to install/import a certificate so that the users (locked down, no admin rights) can have that certificate to get into a web site (that needs that certificate)

    I looked into it and thought of a script running through a GPO, like this:

    runas /env /user:domainadministrator “cerutil -addstore root myrootca.cer”

    but then the password would be needed to be entered interactively, each time? . I want to avoid that entering the password each time (it is the admin password) :)

    Thanks in advance.

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