Exporting an Installed Code Signing Certificate from Internet Explorer
Export your code signing certificate in Internet Explorer® when you want to back it up or use it on another computer.
To Export an Installed Code Signing Certificate from Internet Explorer
- In Internet Explorer, open Tools, and then click Internet Options. The Internet Options window displays.
- From the Tools tab, click Certificates. The Certificates window displays.
- From the certificates list, select the certificate you want to export, and then click Export. This launches the Certificate Export Wizard.
- Click Next. The Certificate Export Wizard window displays.
- Click Yes, export the private key, and then click Next.
NOTE: If the "Yes, export the private key" option is not available, your private key is not present or is marked as not exportable. To determine if the private key is available, view the details of the certificate. The contents of the dialog indicate whether or not a private key is associated with the certificate.
- Select Personal Information Exchange, and then select Include all certificates in the certification path if possible.
- Select Export all extended properties, and then, unless you want to leave a copy of the private key in the certificate store, select Delete the private key if the export is successful.
- Click Next.
TIP: To use your certificate with other software tools, you might need to convert the exported PFX file to PVK and SPC files. See Converting an Exported PFX Code Signing File to PVK and SPC Files using Windows for information.
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