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how do you export certificates in xp via the command line?

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how do you export certificates in xp via the command line?
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trying to migrate PCs to local domain
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cipher /x fpr an EFS key works on W2K3 and XP


other commands for cli

certmgr
certutil
gskcmd
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btw -- what kind of certificate?

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 use certutil.exe to export Private key certificates by name from a command line or ytry this tool - download certexport.exe from http://www.wintools.com.au/ 
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thank-you.
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