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SSL Certificates, Windows Server 2003, .NET Version

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If I install a certificate for the web server using the IIS Manager does it matter which version of .net I am running.  I think not but not sure.  I was looking at using symantec SSL assistant and it requires .net 2.0.  I think it's the symantec software that requires this but IIS does not care about .net for certificates.  I don't want to install this if it's not required to use certificates for specific folders on the web site but not sure. Thanks.
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Never seen a requirement for .net when installing certificate. Certificates are supposed to be none os specific.
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that is what I thought.  It's the symantec tool that wants to use the .net.  Thank you.
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