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I am trying to add an apple developer certificate for sending Push notifications to my Trusted Root Certification Authorities section. I get an error like so: "The import failed because the store was read only, the store was full or the store did not open correctly"

I am logged in as an administrator. I can't think of any way to solve this. Has anyone been able to fix a similar issue before?

Thanks for your time...

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Did you ever resolve this issue? Would you mind posing your solution, I'm having a similar issue. –  Vinnie Jan 30 '13 at 13:54
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You didn't mention if you tried doing this via the command line, MMC, etc. I've seen similar issues from the command line if I wasn't running with an elevated command prompt.

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running it via the GUI.. –  user20358 Jan 31 '12 at 10:21
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I managed to solve a similar problem I was having by following the instructions here: http://casualtechs.blogspot.com.au/2010/06/problem-when-trying-to-import.html (with the only difference being that we want to add the certificate to "Trusted Root Certification Authorities -> Local Computer" instead of the "Trusted Publishers" that is mentioned on that site).

Basically the bit I was missing when trying to import the certificate was to drill down into the "Local Computer" folder underneath the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" folder.

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