Export a Certificate
You can export a certificate in order to import a copy on a different computer or device or to store a copy in a secure location.
If you are exporting certificates for import onto a computer running Windows, PKCSÂ #7 format is the preferred export format. This format preserves the chain of certification authorities (CAs), or the certification path, of any certificate that includes countersignatures associated with signatures.
If you are exporting certificates for import onto a computer running another operating system, it is possible that the PKCSÂ #7 format is supported. If it is not supported, the DER-encoded binary format or the Base64-encoded format is provided for interoperability.
Users or local Administrators is the minimum group membership required to complete this procedure. Review the details in "Additional considerations" in this topic.
|â˜ž||To export a certificate|
Open the Certificates snap-in for a user, computer, or service.
In the console tree under the logical store that contains the certificate to export, click Certificates.
In the details pane, click the certificate that you want to export.
On the Action menu, point to All Tasks, and then click Export.
In the Certificate Export Wizard, click No, do not export the private key. (This option will appear only if the private key is marked as exportable and you have access to the private key.)
Provide the following information in the Certificate Export Wizard:
If required, in Password, type a password to encrypt the private key you are exporting. In Confirm password, type the same password again, and then click Next.
In File name, type a file name and path for the PKCSÂ #7 file that will store the exported certificate and private key. Click Next, and then click Finish.
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