help with Trusted Certificate

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Active Directory
Group Policy
Importing Certificate
VPN
I have a web VPN access Trusted Root Certificate that needs to be imported in order for a user to login to the webVPN and then access their information from there. Is there a way for me to setup a policy that will automatically publish the certificate for the user rather then walking them the steps to import it. Everytime X user login to different machine, he/she will have to import the certificate cause the PC doesn't know about it. Any help would be appreciated

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You would have to purchase a certificate from a trusted vendor like VeriSign or Thawte and use that certificate for your VPN.

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  • Kwt712
    ok, maybe i mistyped the question ... i have purchase the certificate. When i try to access the website (for example ... https://192.168.0.180) i have to import the certificate to my IE in Trusted root certificates before i can go any further. Is there a way for me to push the certificate automatically rather then importing it manually. thanks
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  • mshen
    I see the problem here. The certificate is only valid for the exact URL specified. If you use 192.168.0.180, but your certificate is registered for say www.URL.com, the certificate does not apply. Use the registered URL to access your VPN and you won't have any certificate problems.
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