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Instantiate Microsoft Certificate Authority management interface using powershell
Microsoft's Certificate Authority management interface as mentioned in http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa383234(VS.85).aspx is implemented in certadm.dll. certadm.dll does not ship by default on client system and is part of admin pack (or called Remote Server Administration tools http://www.microsoft...
21 Oct 2009
Generating a certificate (self-signed) using powershell and CertEnroll interfaces
In this article I will explore using the certenroll interfaces to create certificates for testing/local usage. To scope the discussion, we would look at various options exposed via makecert.exe tool ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa386968(VS.85).aspx . We will start by looking at a sample...
21 Aug 2009
Adding certificates for a serialized store (sst) file to an actual physical store
In my previous post I used the CMS type to open a PKCS7. Apparently X509Certificate2Collection Import method can also be used to open up a PKCS7. This would be far more simpler then using CMS. Additionally, you might be asked to add the certificates you obtained from PKCS7 file or a serialized store...
13 Aug 2009
PKCS7 (p7b) bag of certificates and powershell
Recently I was asked how to extract the certificates within a PKCS7 (p7b) files using powershell. After a little research the following seems to work fine: [reflection.assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("System.Security") $data = [System.IO.File]::ReadAllBytes("certificates.p7b") $cms = new-object system...
30 Apr 2009
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