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How To: Call a Web Service Using Client Certificates        
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This How To describes how you can pass a client certificate to a Web service for authentication from an ASP.NET Web application or from a Windows Forms application. You can install the client certificate in either the local machine store or the user store. If you store the client certificate in the local machine store, you must configure the Access Control List (ACL) on the certificate to allow access to your application's account. If you are running a Windows Forms application, this account is your user account. If you are running an ASP.NET application, this account is the Network Service account by default on the Microsoft Windows Serverô..


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