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Communicating with webservices using client certificates

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
We are facing an issue with our .NET (2.0) application consuming a Java web service that requires client certificates. Context     Java web service running on JBoss              requires a client certificate signed by internal CA (child of internal Root CA)              has a server certificate signed by the same internal CA for authenticating itself to a consumer       .NET 2.0 Windows Application (running on an XP workstation) consuming the above Java web service               XP workstation has a client certificate (signed by internal CA) is installed in the local machine personal store             XP workstation has the internal CA and internal Root CA installed in the local machine, trusted root certification authorities hive             Visual Studio 2005 debugger shows that the client certificate is successfully retrieved from the personal store and being attached to the web service proxy             however, exception is thrown at the point of invoking the web service method             exception is: The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.                  Appears from the trace log that the initial retrieval of client certificate from the local machine personal store is successful - ---------------------------------------------------------- System.Net Information: 0 : [7480] SecureChannel#16263241 - Attempting to restart the session using th


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