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Regarding certificate installation in cert9.DB

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I am using firefox 80 version and i tried installing certificates through certutil in cert9.db but certificates are not getting installed. i tried with older version but still certificates are not installed.But when i tried installing through command prompt certificates are installed.what is the possible reason?(i am using windows 10).

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The cert9.db file is a SQLite database and certutil might default to cert8.db DBM file.

Note that you can use policies.json or GPO to install certificates.

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certutil -A -n 127.0.0.1 -t TCpc,, -i "C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\tempThinClients\desktopplugin.cer" -d sql:"C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles/v8qrz21u.default-release-1600405672614"

using above command , i am getting following error:

certutil: unable to open ""C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\tempThinClients\desktopplugin.cer"" for reading (-5987, 123).

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certutil -A -n 127.0.0.1 -t TCpc,, -i "C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\tempThinClients\desktopplugin.cer" -d sql:"C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles/v8qrz21u.default-release-1600405672614"

using above command , i am getting following error: certutil: unable to open ""C:\Users\swshruti\AppData\Roaming\tempThinClients\desktopplugin.cer"" for reading (-5987, 123).

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