From: Michel Gallant (neutron_at_nspxistar.ca)
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 09:35:30 -0400
Don't touch that folder! It contains all CryptoAPI protected private
key files (W2k +).
This described the folders, and also the cert folders:
That folder, for W2k, will contain your EFS keys also, so if you delete it,
you won't be able to open your encrypted local folders (except via your administrator
account recovery keys).
If you want to delete *specific* key containers, you can use this utility I
created for this purpose:
http://pages.istar.ca/~neutron/KeyContainerTool/ (requires CAPICOM)
- Michel Gallant
Visual Security MVP
"Oliver Young" <none> wrote in message news:eJTFE1UmDHA.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Is it safe to delete content of C:\Documents and
> Settings\UserName\Application Data\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA folder? I wouldn't
> like to advise it to my users and then to some other apps stop working
> (Outlook...)? What is in this folder? Only (encrypted?) default keys. No
> certificate (from Personal cert. store) keys?