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I succeeded importing a root CA to the keychain with

sudo security add-trusted-cert -d -r trustRoot -k "/Library/Keychains/System.keychain" CA.crt

But it's marked as Use System Defaults, like

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How can I mark it as Always Trust from CLI?

  • I just spent an hour. Looks like a bug to me. – Max Ried Nov 17 '15 at 17:06
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It seems that the only way to modify the trust settings via the security command is by the trust-settings-import option. The xml file output by security trust-settings-export would be a good place to start; but, it looks a little tricky.

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Probably your root CA certificate is malformed, as your method works for me. Maybe your CA root certificate has not been generated with the expected properties. Try with -r trustAsRoot in your case, but I recommend to check your certificate generation.

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