Re: Microsoft Certificate Server for Win2000/XP
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 05:18:49 -0800
You must be running a Server SKU to install certifcate services.
David B. Cross [MS]
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"henghuei" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> My machine is a Windows 2000 station and a Windows XP, they are not
win2000 server or
> win2003 server.
> Thus, I cannot find Certificate Services when I followed this procedure
> Control Panel -> Add Remove Programs -> Add Remove Window
> Select Certificate Services to install the Microsoft Certificate
> Is there other way to install the Microsoft Certificate Server?
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