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I attach a screen shot from Windows SBS 2008.  It is a dialog window titled "Certificate Properties".  It is the screen used to create a certificate.  It is a blank form waiting to be filled in.

I saw this screen on the computer earlier, but it also had the information for various certificates already on this computer.  There were entries in the boxes on the right side of the form.  I cannot get back to that screen.  I want to see it again before I create a new certificate.  How do I do that?  I need the step by step clicks, please.  

I have tried all the wrong approaches too many times. At this point, I can't remember if I was in the MMC, or in IIS, or somewhere else.
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Straight forward answer to my vapor locked brain.  Thank you.
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