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Old 11-19-2007
Mark
 

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Select Certificate
I have two platforms on a home network. One is Vista Ultimate x64 and the
other is Vista Home Premium x32.
As of Saturday, the both started asking for me to "Select a Certificate"
about every 30 minutes. In the Select Certificate window, there are no
certificates to choose from. If I close the window, another shows up 30
minutes later. If I don't close it, then it will continue opening more
windows until I close them. (I've come back to 20 windows open.)

How do I determine what is looking for a certificate and satisfy the
request?

Mark

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Old 01-02-2008
donspencer
 

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RE: Select Certificate
I have exactly the same problem except I only run Vista HP (32bit). Did you
ever get an answer to fix your problem?
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Don


"Mark" wrote:

> I have two platforms on a home network. One is Vista Ultimate x64 and the
> other is Vista Home Premium x32.
> As of Saturday, the both started asking for me to "Select a Certificate"
> about every 30 minutes. In the Select Certificate window, there are no
> certificates to choose from. If I close the window, another shows up 30
> minutes later. If I don't close it, then it will continue opening more
> windows until I close them. (I've come back to 20 windows open.)
>
> How do I determine what is looking for a certificate and satisfy the
> request?
>
> Mark
>

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