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    Need help identifying a policy to stop IE 8 blocking a site with certificate error

    I have just rolled out IE8 for our xp machines but i am having a little problem with certificate warnings
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    what gpo do i need to change to stop this happening with ie8

    do i need to put this in a trusted zone or am i missing something with in the gpos

    i did not have this issue with ie7 and i have updated the adm template but i can not see what i am missing

    can someone help

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    Try this update and see if it makes any difference.

    I don't get any error when visiting that website with IE10.

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    Actually even better, try this update instead (May 2013).

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    very similar to my issue it works no problem in ie9 on windows7 but i am still getting the security errors.

    the updates have been pushed out via wsus already

    i will try reinstalling and a reboot.

    thanks for the quick reply
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    ok i am still getting the error on all windows xp machines

    can i just turn off all the warnings via gpo?
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    i have tried installing the certificate but the error still pops up .

    this is a new thing we are signing up for as we are moving from samlearning.com (no errrors on this site) to iamlearning.co.uk

    i have tried putting the site in the trusted sites section but the error still pops up

    date and time on pc are correct

    this is driving me crazy

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    I presume you've tried resetting IE to defaults once you've applied the certificate update? Are you running the latest version of Flash and the latest Security Updates for IE itself?

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    i think the issue will be with one of my existing gpos so it time for some group policy investigation

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