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WCF net.tcp transport security

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I've heard that WCF net.tcp transport security is provided by Windows TLS. At
the same time, I've read that internally it relies on PKI (Public Key
Infrastructure), and requires some kind of CA (Certificate Authority) to
issue and validate certificates.

So, is CA needs to be configured in a Windows domain for net.tcp encryption
to work? If not, what certificates are being used in net.tcp transport
security?

Thanks!
Jun 27 '08 #1
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