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Life saving experience my friend.
All the best!
Yes, very helpful!!! CERTMGR worked beautifully for the job!
X509 certificates is an important component and concept in Public Key Infrastructure(for Network Security).
To add a new certificate this way works, but now I want to delete the old certificate (not deleting the whole store). Seems that I can't get it to work :S
Hey thanks a lot for posting this - very helpful. Especially the part about certmgr, it's going to save me a lot of time on server setups now that I can just script all of this stuff out!
These are useful tools but after banging my head against the wall trying to use winhttpcertcfg, I gotta vent: If anything at all is wrong with your command line, winhttpcertcfg dumps out some help text with NO indication of what is causing your problem... No event log entry that I can find... nothing. It's 2011 - what a ridiculous way to handle a error condition, please next time, just give me the finger!
Yes 2011 to 2012. This command line will not work.
I have used certmgr and winhttpcertcfg for p7b and pfx certificates respectively. They are great. I have found it useful for winhttpcertcfg to use the -a switch for domain groups. I find that for certain web applications it is better to use a major domain group. ie.
winhttpcertcfg.exe -i test.pfx -c LOCAL_MACHINE\My -a "DomainName\Account Operators" -p testpassword
Why winhttpcertcfg don´t show error or confirmation message ?
I´m typing this command and have no error message or confirmation.
winhttpcertcfg.exe -i 0480914000150.pfx -c LOCAL_MACHINE\My -a "Network Service" -p 12345678
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