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App.config access to x509

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hi all

Given x509 directory define in the App.config file below
How can I access the certificate in C# application
I have something like this :   X509SecurityToken x509Token = new X509SecurityToken(x509Certificate);
But its seems not to be working..

Thanks in Advance
<microsoft.web.services2>
		<security>
			<x509 storeLocation="LocalMachine"
				  verifyTrust="true"
				  allowTestRoot="true" />
		</security>
	</microsoft.web.services2>

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