Problem with certificate and CMAK


I have a big problem with CMAK and my personal certificate. One month ago my
certificate named xxx expired. I used it to make VPN connection with server.
No I have yyy certificate. When i try to use CMAK to make connection, after
five blinding windows with "Accessing SmartCard" I'm getting "Key does not
exist." error message. In CMAK log i see, that CMAK is trying to use xxx
certificate! I don't have it in any container. I looked in user
certificates, local machine certificates.... Without result....

I have my certificate installed in personal/certificates container under
current user.
Under local computer personal/certificates i have my machine certificate.
Trusted root certification contains my CA cert.

1) Why CMAK see certificate, that does not exist?
2) How to force CMAK to work correctly with my certificate?
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legroochConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Wierd, but now works.

 - created new local account Test
 - logoff and logon to Test account
 - tried to start CMAK and everything works fine!
 - changed account to normal domain account and everything is now ok!

I restarted and shutdowned my notebook few times before this and nothing helped me.

Maybe that will be a good solution sometimes for cached certificate and CMAK.

Thanks for help!
Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
DO the following command
netsh http show sslcert

Post outcome
You may need to reset the winsock
Zaheer IqbalTechnical Assurance & ImplementationCommented:
legroochAuthor Commented:
Sorry, that my reply took so long....

Those solutions doesn't help me... :/
I think is something wrong with my certificate. Today I'll try to diagnose it with someone from CA departament
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