From: Brian (brian_scheible@amsec.com)
Date: 04/10/03

From: "Brian" <brian_scheible@amsec.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 06:06:58 -0700

I am using Windows XP Professional with Internet
Information Services 5.1 .
I created a web site and want to use SSL so I requested a
server certificate
in the Directory Security tab of the web site properties.
I then use my
Windows 2000 Server as a CA and go to localhost/certsrv to
process the
certificate, and when I go back to the XP machine to
install I keep getting
"Failed to Install the Certificate" "Keyset does not
exist". I made sure
the server wasn't the issue by using an NT 4.0 server
running IIS 4.0,
created a site from scratch and requested a certificate,
used the 2000
server as the CA to process the request and finally went
back to the 4.0
server machine and installed the certificate. I was able
to connect to the
site using SSL. Would I need to process the request from
a CA running
Windows 2003?

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