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    Here’s one, which can be followed either by regular users or administrators. It’s several steps, but it’s a logical progression, and will work for everyone.
    The instructions in the Untrusting the Blue Coat Intermediate CA from Windows article don't apparently work for everybody. They describe the process for Windows 10 users but some Windows 7 users have found differences that lead to the certificate ending up in the Untrusted Certificates store for Current User only.

    Here's the way I used to install the certificate in Untrusted Certificates for Local Machine, i.e. system-wide.

    1. Download and save the Blue Coat Intermediate certificate.
    2. Click on Start and type mmc in the Search programs and files text entry box (don't press RETURN/ENTER).
    3. When mmc.exe appears in the search results, right-click on mmc.exe and choose Run as administrator.

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    4. When the User Account Control dialog appears, click on the Yes button.
    5. When the MMC (Microsoft Management Console) window appears, click on the File menu and select Add/Remove Snap-in....

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    6. Select the Certificates snap-in in the left pane then click on the Add > button in the centre. (or center )
    7. In the dialog which appears, choose the Computer account option then click on the Next button.

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    8. In the next dialog, leave the setting at the default Local computer option and click on the Finish button.

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    9. Back at the Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog, click on the OK button to dismiss the dialog.
    10. In the left-hand pane, expand the Certificates tree to show the Untrusted Certificates > Certificates branch.
    11. Right-click on Certificates and choose All Tasks > Import....

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    12. When the Welcome to the Certificate Import Wizard dialog appears, click on the Next> button.
    13. When the File to Import dialog appears, use the Browse... button to navigate to the certificate you saved in step 1, select the certificate then click on the Open button.
    14. Once selected, click on the Next button in the File to Import dialog.
    15. The Wizard should show that it's going to store the certificate in the Untrusted Certificates store that you previously selected so just click on the Next> button.

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    16. In the Completing the Certificate Import Wizard dialog, click on the Finish button.
    17. The Wizard should show The import was successful. Click on the OK button to dismiss the dialog.

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    18. You should now be able to see the certificate in the Local Computer > Untrusted Certificates > Certificates store.

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    Hope this helps...
    Last edited by Rick Corbett; 2016-08-30 at 19:04.

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