Although the EncryptMessage and DecryptMessage functions are supported for the SSL/TLS protocols as of SP4, installing certificates from Microsoft Certificate Server is much easier with Internet Explorer 4.0, because of the ability of Internet Explorer 4.0 to run the Certificate Enrollment control that is published by Certificate Server. For this reason it is preferable for platforms that use the SSL/TLS protocols to have Internet Explorer 4.0 or greater installed.
Internet Explorer 5.01 has a known issue regarding an incorrect internal key. For additional information, click the article number below
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By design, certificates for use with the SSL/TLS protocols on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition, and Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 must have private keys marked as exportable. When this is not the case the SSPI functions InitializeSecurityContext or AcceptSecurityContext will fail with:
Artikelnummer: 275592 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 14.02.2017 – Revision: 1