Re: SSL - private Key info
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 10:47:45 +0800
And what do the CA guys said ?
At 'run' window, type 'mmc'
then in the MMC console - File - add/remove snap in,
addin the 'certificates' connect it to 'local computer'
expand the certificate node, go to personal - certificates
do you see the cert ??
double click, do you see the 'you have a private key.....'
if yes, try go reassign in IIS MMC again, if not, let the CA
guys know about this.
"Archie Neisz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Thanks for the response; however, we have already tried that step with
> the same results. I even allowed the CA to sign on to the server and
> generate the request themselves. They seem to be baffled by this problem
> Any further ideas? What are the registry entires for the private key
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