Windows XP Embedded and SHA-2 certificate

Hi,

I know Windows XP needs to be  at a minimum SP3 to support SHA-2 certificates as stated in this post:

 http://blogs.technet.com/b/pki/archive/2010/09/30/sha2-and-windows.aspx

I need to know if the same apply to Windows XP Embedded. does it need to be at SP3 too?

Thanks,
Philippe Dugas-BirsterConseiller principal, architecture détailléeAsked:
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
Yes it will need SP3 to support SHA 2.

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Dave HoweSoftware and Hardware EngineerCommented:
yes, or use firefox :)
Philippe Dugas-BirsterConseiller principal, architecture détailléeAuthor Commented:
Thank you guys, Do you have any official sources stating this?

Thanks again,
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Dave HoweSoftware and Hardware EngineerCommented:
for embedded? no, but it is easy to test - just go open a sha2 cert using it, and get a definitive answer  :)
LeeTutorretiredCommented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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Dave HoweSoftware and Hardware EngineerCommented:
More than enough info given - Gaurav Singh answered the question.
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