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How do we use X509 client certificates in classic ASP?

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I have an existing application in VB.NET which calls a web service and uses a client certificate, and I need to create a similar application in Classic ASP.  
My code in VB.NET that uses a client certificate is shown below.
How do I do thin in Classic ASP?

Imports System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates
 
Dim x509 As X509Certificate = X509Certificate.CreateFromCertFile("C:\myCertificates\myClient.cer")
WS1.ClientCertificates.Add(x509)

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a few to have a look at here

AspEncrypt.com - Manage X.509 Certificates and Certificate Stores (IS NOT cheap)
http://www.aspencrypt.com/task_certs.html

That is it, that is all that I can find for Classic ASP.
Hope this will help you.

Carrzkiss
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Thank you very much for your response. I presented this solution  to my boss, and after some consideration, he declined it because it required a third party software (AspExpert). We found a workaround.
Thank you.
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Good Luck
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