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Currently we are issuing digital certificate manually. Customer sends an filled form, we verify them and issue digital certificate.We are using Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition.

Now we want to issue digital certificate from web service. (Don't worry about the user information verification, we have a seperate application that verifies user) What we need is to issue digital certificate directly. It will not have any manual interaction. Can anybody guide me
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Our users are internet users who are accessing our website. We need to issue a digital certificte automatically when users submit the registration form. I've checked Web enrollment services and on IIs we have seen a virtual directory created after installing. This also has a web service created automatically but I am not sure how it works.
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