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12.5. Move certificates to another computer

If you use two or more computers, such as a primary computer at the office and one at home or a notebook for travel, you might want to have your certificates on each one. This simplifies sending and receiving digitally signed or encrypted messages, enabling you to perform those tasks on each machine. You don't need to obtain separate certificates for each computer; you just need to export the certificates to a file.

12.5.1. Export and import certificates

You can export certificates from Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, or the Certificates MMC console. In all cases, Windows 2000 uses the Certificate Export Wizard to accomplish the task. The result is a certificate file that you can copy to and import onto the other computer(s).


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