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When I try to install the offline it won't work. The certificates are installed but Windows doesn't trust the file, and will continue to try to download it. It says the list signing certificate is invalid.

I discovered the offline installation requires both MicCerTruLisPCA_2009-04-02.crl and microsoftrootcert.crl. But installing those doesn't solve my problem.

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AFAIK, installing the certificates should not require the CRL files - the CRL files are simply updates. – William Hilsum Dec 26 '10 at 11:54

You might have a problem with the list of root certificates on your computer.

Download and install first Microsoft's Update for Root Certificates.

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I haven't found a way of installing it. But I could disable the CRL checking in Internet Explorer settings.

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