Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Documentation/DevelopmentCenter/Develop Services


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08/20/10 03:22:50 (12 years ago)
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    3333Network services must have read access to the private key of the certificate created in the previous step. Therefore, you have to locate the private key file on your hard disk first and then you have to grant read access to it for the `Network Service` account of your machine:
    3434 1. Start the Visual Studio Command Prompt again and run it with Administrator privileges (choose `Run as administrator` in the context menu).
    35  2. Execute the following command (please note that the console application `findprivatekey.exe` is [attachment:FindPrivateKey.exe attached] to this page, if you do not have it on your system):
     35 2. Execute the following command (please note that the console application `findprivatekey.exe` is [attachment:FindPrivateKey.exe attached to this page], if you do not have it on your system):
    3636{{{
    3737findprivatekey.exe My LocalMachine -n CN=localhost
     
    4646}}}
    4747 4. Allow read access to this file for the `Network Service` account of your machine (in the context menu of the file choose `Properties` -> `Security` -> `Edit` -> `Add`).
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     49== Development ==
     50After you have successfully completed all the steps described above, you are ready to start developing your own services and client applications.
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