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where can I get the resource about CertDllOpenStoreProv?thanks

Posted on 2002-06-24
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I want to get the certificate from my own usb device.so I will extend the CertDllOpenStoreProv OID Function?csp?where can I get the resource about it?how can implement it?
how do IE get the certificate from my usb device?thanks
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