certificate .pfx label

hello

i need to find label of certificate. please do you know how to view label of PFX certificate?

i tried to view certificate in Certificate folder, but there is no Label field in Details. i tried also gsk7cmd function but i was not able to find what i need.

thanks
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ZUNOAuthor Commented:
i want to use this command:

"$ gsk7cmd -cert -details -type pkcs12 -db PATH -pw PSW -label XXX" , there is an option label, and i need to check the label of my cert.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
certificates don't have a label field any labels you create on importing or using a certificate are machine dependant.
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ZUNOAuthor Commented:
Hello David, thank you for your answer.

 I use this certificate to communication with second side. I am connecting to external application.

Two years ago, I use this command:
$ gsk7cmd -cert -details -type pkcs12 -db XXX.pfx -pw XXXX -label 00000000000000

now, I have new certificate and when I am trying to import this new certificate I obtain this error: The database doesn't contain an entry with label '00000000000000'.

So I think I have to change label name. Or you think the vendor have to change anything on his side?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
this is for an IBM WebSphere, correct? As I said before the label property is machine dependant and NOT part of the certificate.
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ZUNOAuthor Commented:
Hello David,

thank you for your comment. So when this is machine dependent what can I do? I do not change server, so the machine is still the same as before.
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ZUNOAuthor Commented:
OK, I found it.

Label of certificate is "Friendly Name", you can change it via certmgr.msc.
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ZUNOAuthor Commented:
Label of certificate is "Friendly Name", you can change it via certmgr.msc.
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