Export Root CA Certificate (using command prompt)

This post tells you how to export a Microsoft Root CA Certificate using the command prompt.

From a command prompt, run the following:

certutil -ca.cert x500ca_rootcert.cer

Replace x500ca_rootcert.cer with something meaningful to you.

The certificate will be output in the command prompt window, and saved to file.

CACertExport

 

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