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WSE 2.0 SP3 Certificate Tool with Securing the Username Token with

Hi ive installed wse 2.0 SP3 and was running throught the demo downlaoded on
the Securing the Username Token with WSE 2.0 page the Securing the Username
Token with WSE 2.0.

Im spose to change the access type for "SYSTEM and "ASPNET" to "READ" for
the certificate in the certificate tool by clicking on the "view private key
file properties.." button however i only have a general and summary tab. NO
security tab. Is there a alternative way to specify accounts access type or
how do i get the security tab 2 display?
Nov 23 '05 #1
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sorry gave wrong page and download by mistake the correct page i got the
example from is "WS-Security Drilldown in Web Services Enhancements 2.0" at
the URL :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservice...wssecdrill.asp.
with the download example of "WSE2SecurityDrilldownSample.exe". For those of
u looking for a good example of how 2 use certificates in Web Services, this
article is a good start.

"Mark Goosen" wrote:
Hi ive installed wse 2.0 SP3 and was running throught the demo downlaoded on
the Securing the Username Token with WSE 2.0 page the Securing the Username
Token with WSE 2.0.

Im spose to change the access type for "SYSTEM and "ASPNET" to "READ" for
the certificate in the certificate tool by clicking on the "view private key
file properties.." button however i only have a general and summary tab. NO
security tab. Is there a alternative way to specify accounts access type or
how do i get the security tab 2 display?

Nov 23 '05 #2

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