You can obtain your public and private keys from a third-party Certificate provider, or you can create your own by using Certificate Services from Windows 2000 Server.
To use Certificate Services to sign IEAK files:
- Install Certificate Services by using the Add/Remove Programs tool in Control Panel.
- After you install and configure Certificate Services, browse to http://servername/certsvr by using Microsoft Internet Explorer.
- Click Request a Certificate, and then click Next.
- Click Advanced Request, and then click Next.
- Click Submit a certificate request to this CA using a form, and then click Next.
- Type your information, name, e-mail address, on so on, in the form.
- In the Intended Purpose box, click Code Signing Certificate.
- Click to select the Mark keys as exportable and Export keys to file check boxes.
- Specify the location of your file, which will be a .pvk file. Make sure to specify the explicit file location. for example: C:\Filename.pvk.
- Leave the other options set to the default values unless you have a reason to modify them.
- Click Submit. You are then prompted for a password. After you specify a password, click OK.
If you have administrative access to Certificate server, you can issue your certificate by following these steps:
- Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Certificate Authority.
- Access the pending requests on the Certificate server. Right-click the pending request, point to All Tasks, and then click Issue. This causes the certificate to be issued, but you must still export the certificate to a file.
- Access the Issued Certificates folder, right-click your certificate, and then click Open.
- On the Details tab, click Copy to file.
- In the Certificate Export Wizard, click Next.
- The default setting is acceptable, unless you have a reason to customize it. Click Next.
- You are prompted to choose a location in which to save the file. It is saved in either .cer or .p7b format.
- After you save the file, change the extension from either .cer or .p7b to .spc.
Artikelnummer: 269395 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 23.12.2014 – Revision: 1