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SCCM 2012 Compliance Settings



I have been tasked with setting up a compliance rule to check for the existence of a certificate in the trusted root of the corporate Windows 7 Desktops and remediate if possible.

I have been having difficulty trying to figure out how to accomplish this. I did find a link suggesting to use a powershell script but I seem to be getting very mixed results.

I have included the script below

If anyone has any idea's on how I can accomplish this or can point me in the right direction it would be appreciated.


This is the script I was trying with out reliable success:


$Compliance = 'Non-Compliant'
$Check = get-childitem -path cert:\localmachine -recurse | where-object {$_.Issuer -like '*Issuer*'}
If ($Check) {$Compliance = 'Compliant'}



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