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How to create a self signed X.509 certificate under Windows XP or Windows 2003 Server?

Greetings,

I need to create a self signed X.509 certificate.  How do I do this under Windows XP or 2003?

I have a few machines I need to protect with drive encryption, and I don't want to go through the trouble right now of setting up a CA at my organization.

I know I can use selfssl to create a SSL cert, but I need it in X.509 format.

Thanks
Jason
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Naser GabajE&P Software Implementation SpecialistCommented:
Greetings JRuiter,

Check this:

http://www.itlocation.com/en/software/prd39557,,.htm

Good Luck!

Naser
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JRuiterAuthor Commented:
I found a package called "TinyCA" that runs under Linux.  Its basically an interface to openSSL.  I've used it to create certificates and export them in X.509 format.
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Naser GabajE&P Software Implementation SpecialistCommented:
How about what I've suggested, I bleive it do the job, and I'm wondernig why it took so long to decide if it helps you or not ???
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