Re: 'Submit new request...' fails
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 13:02:55 -0600
A .cer file contains just the certificate and public key for a
user/computer/service and apparently is not adequate for what you are trying
to do. If you can be more explicit on what you are trying to do maybe
someone here can help. --- Steve
"Martin" <zan[spam]@wp.pl> wrote in message
> I attemp to certifiy CA using Standalone CA installed on Windows 2003.
> In CA console, through 'Submit new request...' command I provide PKCS#10
> request and everything works well. But when I try with certificate (.cer)
> fails with message:
> "Certificate request processor: The data is invalid. 0x8007000d (WIN32:
> Does anybody know what is going wrong ?
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