Note: from stackoverflow: I think is better for system administrators.
I work in company with many servers and Pcs for developers. Servers are win2003, PC developers Windows XP.
In a server Win2003 named preiis01, in preproduction environment, other people in company install a client certificate using any other user (domainCompany\adminsystems) for logging in server preiis01.
Anyone admin uses the user "domainCompany\adminsystems" for log in server preiis01 (using Terminal Server, Remote Desktop for Windows XP).
the admin user is domainCompany\adminsystems", which installs certificate.
Admin user install it like this:
Session login like "domainCompany\adminsystems"
Certificate is PFX file. Do Install PFX and using Wizard. The key private not check for export.
Input the password and install.
There is an application Web which AppPool Identity is: NETWORK SERVICE account.
web server is IIS 6.0.
That admin user executes mmc -> Snap in -> Certificates for Local Machine. In no
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