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Read digital client certificate values without pointing to physical file in .Net 1.1/1.0

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I have installed digital client certificate in Local Computer (Personal/Certificates directory) section. I want to retrieve this information from .Net 1.1 without referring to physical certificate file.

In .Net 1.1, I could successfully read the certificate information referring to physical ".cer" file. But I need to access this information without poiting to physical file.. just by reading Digital Certificate Store.

In .Net 2.0/3.0, I could read this certificate value without referring to physical file using X509Store class. This class was introduced in .Net 2.0. I wanted to know that is this functionality offered in any other class of .Net 1.1, same as class X509Store for .Net 2.0/3.0?

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Tommie Nathaniel Carter, Jr., MBA earned 2000 total points
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There is a code snippet at the bottom of this article which may be exactly what you need.

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/Gowri%20S%20Paramasivam/Cryptography311242005015640AM/Cryptography3.aspx
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