> Andreas Moroder wrote:
>> is it possible to get from the commandline a list of the certificates
>> that are installed for the user that is logged in ?
> Here's all the command for certutil -
> certutil /?
<snipped the command syntax listing>
> CertUtil: -? command completed successfully.
<snipped the non-signature signature>
certutil is part of Certificate Services which is available with a
*server* version of Windows, not a workstation version, like XP (the
topic of this newsgroup). I didn't see it available as one of the free
utils from the W2K ResKit at ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/ResKit/win2000/
maybe it is available in the full ResKit (which you pay for).
If the OP has a server version of Windows available (and that's where
they actually want to get a list of their certs), or they have a Reskit
(if it includes this utility), or the executable can be copied from a
server version of Windows to the XP version and still work there
(without the cert server running on their XP host) then it might work
for the OP. One possiblity would be to run certutil on Windows Server
but specify that it interrogate a different host than on which it
executes (but I didn't see a "hostname" parameter to specify a non-local