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Installation of code signing certificate

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I'm having a problem moving a code signing certificate from one machine to another.  signtool says "no certificates found that match the criteria".  I installed the cert in the new machine using IE into the "Other People" tab.  I noticed on my old machine it is in "Personal".  However I cannot delete the cert on the new machine, says I don't have permission.  When I try to install it in "Personal" it seems to work, but does not show up. Help!
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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you need to get another certificate for this machine
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by:jmckay321
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Why? I was given an export/import procedure by Symantec, and it has worked on other machines. I think this issue relates to registry access or user rights, but I can't figure it out.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 1500 total points
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did you export as a .pfx ?
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by:jmckay321
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The issue was that I was trying to export a certificate that I had already imported from a previous machine.  I had to go back to the original .pfx and that worked.
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