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certificate for silent install not valid

In order to install the plugin for Outlook 2016 silent, I need to user the certificate, which can be downloaded from the support site (https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/install-gotomeeting-outlook-in-silent-mode-for-admin...).

After downloading the certificate (https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/downloaddocument/gotomeeting-outlook-plugin-certificates-...)  it seems the certificate is valid till 8-11-2018 (november 8th 2018). 

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Re: certificate for silent install not valid

I have tried to install the plugin with help of TestAndInstall_G2MOutlookPlugin.ps1.

After starting this PowerShell script, I still got a "no valid certificates found" error.

 

After changing line 26:

    $LogMeInCerts = Get-Item @("Cert:\LocalMachine\TrustedPublisher\*"; "Cert:\CurrentUser\TrustedPublisher\*" ) | ForEach-Object {if($_.Subject -match "LogMeIn" -and $_.NotAfter -gt (Get-Date)) {$_} }

to

    $LogMeInCerts = Get-Item @("Cert:\LocalMachine\TrustedPublisher\*"; "Cert:\CurrentUser\TrustedPublisher\*" ) | ForEach-Object {if($_.Subject -match "LogMeIn") {$_} }

The certificate is found and the plugin is installed correctly.

 

 

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Re: certificate for silent install not valid

Hi @RoyAerts,

 

Sorry for any confusion! The certificate date applies to when the code for the plug-in was written, so it is still valid. When we release an update to the plug-in that includes new code we will issue a new certificate. You can use the one you downloaded to complete the install.

 

Glenn is a member of the LogMeIn Community Care Team.

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Re: certificate for silent install not valid

I have tried to install the plugin with help of TestAndInstall_G2MOutlookPlugin.ps1.

After starting this PowerShell script, I still got a "no valid certificates found" error.

 

After changing line 26:

    $LogMeInCerts = Get-Item @("Cert:\LocalMachine\TrustedPublisher\*"; "Cert:\CurrentUser\TrustedPublisher\*" ) | ForEach-Object {if($_.Subject -match "LogMeIn" -and $_.NotAfter -gt (Get-Date)) {$_} }

to

    $LogMeInCerts = Get-Item @("Cert:\LocalMachine\TrustedPublisher\*"; "Cert:\CurrentUser\TrustedPublisher\*" ) | ForEach-Object {if($_.Subject -match "LogMeIn") {$_} }

The certificate is found and the plugin is installed correctly.