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CryptSignAndEncodeCertificate example

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Any example for using CryptSignAndEncodeCertificate for signing CERT_INFO (Not CERT_REQUEST_INFO as an example in MSDN)? Actually I need example for filling CERT_INFO structure!
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As I sad before (just read the quiestion), I'm looking for signing certificate, not for certificate request. The CERT_REQUEST_INFO is diferent from CERT_INFO structure!
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There's another sample at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/security/security/example_c_program_signing_encoding_decoding_and_verifying_a_message.asp ("Example C Program: Signing, Encoding, Decoding, and Verifying a Message"), but, unfortunately, it doesn't use 'CryptSignAndEncodeCertificate()'
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