Re: WinXP - Private SSL certificate cannot install?
From: BB (Bernard_at_3exp.com)
Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 11:10:41 +0800
1) I would try to reinstall the cert again,
remove it, and import it again.
then try https://
2) Try this kb to relad the sspiflit.dll
HOW TO: Install and Reload the SSL Filter Sspifilt.dll
-- Regards, Bernard Cheah http://support.microsoft.com/ "Tony Su" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > Additional info... > This was in the event viewer, but additional research is > not turning up a solution... > > The first System Event... > "A fatal error..." with an error code 0x80090016 > > That is followed by what was generated when I tried to > actually access a website... > > An attempt was made to load filter 'C:\WINDOWS\system32 > \inetsrv\sspifilt.dll' on a server instance but it > requires the SF_NOTIFY_READ_RAW_DATA filter notification > so it must be loaded as a global filter. > > TIA, > > Tony Su > > > > > >-----Original Message----- > >Hope someone can find more than just this one ref I > >found... Article 314864 which suggests any XP not > upgraded > >to SP1's crypt32.dll is faulty. > > > >This is a brand new XPPro upgraded from XPHome. Says it > >has XP SP1 installed. Inspected the Crypt32.dll file and > >the version is much later than the article said it needed > >to be. > > > >Am using my own Win2K CA. Have created and installed > >numerous certificates in Win2K and Win2003 websites and > >ISA without incident. > > > >First thing I noticed during the online enrollment > invoked > >through IIS5.1 is that the certificate didn't install > >immediately and automatically. I had to go back into the > >website, pick the certificate out of the local store to > >install. > > > >After that, any person can view HTTP properly but cannot > >view HTTPS. Tried everything I can think of including > >installing a new certificate. Inspecting the > certificate's > >properties, I don't see anything amiss. Is only 128-bit > >encryption. > > > >So, does anyone know if there are current outstanding > >problems with IIS5.1 and private CA certificates? > > > >TIA, > > > >Tony Su > >. > >