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X64 and certificates

 
 
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      05-18-2006
Does XP 64bits edition able to download and register a Windows 2003
Certificate Authority certificate with IE64 without displaying "Your CPU
(X64) is not supported".
I tried with a Windows 2003 Sp1 and this is working fine but on the standard
version of 2003 you get the message above.

Does anyone have an idea ?
 
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      05-18-2006
I am not surprised that a non-SP1 version of Windows Server 2003 would be a
problem, since x64 Edition was not released until SP1.

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Pierre wrote:
> Does XP 64bits edition able to download and register a Windows 2003
> Certificate Authority certificate with IE64 without displaying "Your CPU
> (X64) is not supported".
> I tried with a Windows 2003 Sp1 and this is working fine but on the
> standard version of 2003 you get the message above.
>
> Does anyone have an idea ?



 
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