I recently re-imaged my work machine after installing a new hard drive. After getting Windows 7 x64 installed and added to the domain, I found that many, almost all really, of the certs being issued to it where "bad" according to IE/Chrome (but not Firefox). This is wreaking havoc on any application I use that logs into a web sites, as the process generally uses SSL and relys on IE to supply the information about it.
Trying the usually fixes for something like this didn't work. Those included checking the time, and even changing it to something wrong and correcting it; clearing the certs in the system and letting them be reinstalled by the site; I even rebuilt the machine a second time hoping it would clear up the issue.
After the second rebuild, it worked while at home, not on the corporate network, but as soon as I joined it to the domain, any new cert it attempted to install came up as invalid. Any cert installed while I was off the domain still worked though.
What really made this situation odd is that a second machine I was building simultaneously has the same exact issue. I deploy computers on a regular basis and never ran into anything like this before.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance.