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I used InfoPath 2010 to create a self-signed certificate (which I can see in InfoPath when I go to sign my code). Where is that stored? Even after a refresh, I can't find that certificate in the MMC certificate snap-in.

[edit] Okay, I realize now that I have to "install" the certificate in order to see it in the snap-in. Yet, I still don't know where InfoPath saves the certificates.

I've poked around in Windows, but can't find them anywhere.

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I don't believe InfoPath saves them to a store or directory. A self signed, as far as I knew, does not meet the application criteria, and can only be used for testing. The Cert will only be put into that store if it is issued by the Certification Authority.

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If you ask where Infopath Designer store digital code signing certicate when you click Create certificate... button, then it is stored in Certificates < Personal < Certificates - Current User < run certmgr.msc (from command line or command interpreter window cmd)

You can export it there (menu Action > All Tasks > Export...)

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Hello, Mr. Gennady. I looked there, but, like I said in my question, I can't find it there. I don't think the certificate will appear in the certmgr.msc unless it be installed. I was wondering where Infopath was keeping it. – bgmCoder Oct 30 '12 at 18:46

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