On Mon, Jun 23, 2008, Jos Leonardo Ayres Pereira wrote:

>
> However, the app that I use for the transmissions (IP*Works AS2 EDI
> Connector free version) requires a PFX file to sign the sending files. No
> problem with that. I’ve generated the PFX using the OpenSSL (openssl pkcs12
> -inkey File.key -in File.crt -export -out File.pfx) and submitted to my app.
>
>
>
> That password was validated and the test transmissions made in our intranet
> was ok (Vista to Vista machines).
>
>
>
> Now the “mystery” comes up.
>
>
>
> When I try to use the same .PFX file in the installed app on a Win XP or Win
> 2K machine, the password is simply refused, not validated.
>


Try including the -name option with some value e.g. -name "My Certificate".
Some versions of Windows reject PKCS#12 files without a name bag attribute.

You might want to try -nomaciter too if you still have problems.

Steve.
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