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Where do I put MD_CERT_NO_REVOC_CHECK?

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Have a IIS6 site and want to shut off Client Certificate checking.  MSDN says to set MD_CERT_NO_REVOC_CHECK to true.  I assume this is in registry, but where?  Need quick help.

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It is set in the Metabase.

cscript.exe adsutil set w3svc/certcheckmode 1  
(this will disable certificate revocation checking for the entire server)

or

cscript.exe adsutil set w3svc/<siteinstancenumber>/certcheckmode 1  
(this will disable checking for the specified web site)

Run this from the c:\inetpub\adminscripts directory at a command prompt.

I believe you will need to restart IIS for it to take effect.

Dave Dietz
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Thanks so much, exactly what I needed to know.

Mike
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