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How to install a certificate (.pfx) file using a custom action while building a package

Created: 05 May 2009 • 2 comments
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1. Download WinhttpCertcfg.exe from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa384088.aspx
2. Copy the cert.pfx file to install directory say c:\program files\<Installdir>
3. Write a custom action that takes winhttpcertcfg.exe as the binary with the following cmd lines
4. -g -i "c:\program files\<installdir>\cert.pfx" -c LOCAL_MACHINE\My -a "Network Service" -p Me1
5. Certificate installed

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philbenson's picture

would be to "capture" the registry information that the import produces. The only thing you have to watch out for is the location to where the certificate is imported to, USER or MACHINE. TO import start up the msc console and add the required plug-in.

Just my tuppence
Phil

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erikw's picture

When you package for Windows you can add a custom action like:

Importpfx.exe -f 3-1-2008_07700004.Pfx -p password -t USER -s MY
The biggest enhancement is that this also covers P12 certificates.
 

Regards Erik www.DinamiQs.com Dinamiqs is the home of VirtualStorm (www.virtualstorm.org)

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