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VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing - Office 2003

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I am using the "VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing" certificate for signing
my Access program in Office 2003.

Up to now, when program was installed on client machine, a form was
appearing and user was selecting option "Always trust files from this
publisher.....". With these steps Certificate was installed and
security warnings of Office 2003 were not appearing again.

On the last machine my program was installed, these steps were not
enough. After selecting option "Always trust files from this
publisher....." user had to remove my certificate from the list of
Trusted Publishers in MSAccess, so message for "Always trust files
from this publisher....." to appear again. User installed it from
DETAILS button on the same form.

On another machine, same steps didn't succed. When viewing the
certificate details, a message was given saying "Windows does not have
enought information to verify this certificate."

Does the certificate depends on any other certificates on the machine
in order to be installed ? Shall I check for something before
installing it ?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Hopefully someone else can help here. The only thing I can think of would be
to run Windows Update (http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com) and see if there
is and update for "root certificates" in the non-critical options.

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Wayne Morgan
MS Access MVP
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I am using the "VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing" certificate for signing
my Access program in Office 2003.

Up to now, when program was installed on client machine, a form was
appearing and user was selecting option "Always trust files from this
publisher.....". With these steps Certificate was installed and
security warnings of Office 2003 were not appearing again.

On the last machine my program was installed, these steps were not
enough. After selecting option "Always trust files from this
publisher....." user had to remove my certificate from the list of
Trusted Publishers in MSAccess, so message for "Always trust files
from this publisher....." to appear again. User installed it from
DETAILS button on the same form.

On another machine, same steps didn't succed. When viewing the
certificate details, a message was given saying "Windows does not have
enought information to verify this certificate."

Does the certificate depends on any other certificates on the machine
in order to be installed ? Shall I check for something before
installing it ?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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