Digital Id Windows Certificate Store

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A Digital ID is usually used to sign or decrypt PDF documents. The Certificate that comes with your Digital ID is used by others when verifying your signature or encrypting documents for you. If you are requested to sign a PDF document, you may already know how to obtain a digital ID. Otherwise, you can browse an existing Digital ID, or create a new Self-Signed Digital ID with a Certificate.

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Creating a digital ID:

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  1. In Review Mode, Security > Digital IDs and Certificates > Manage Digital IDs.
  2. In the Security Settings dialog box, select Add ID.
  3. In the Add Digital ID dialog box, select Create a Self-Signed Digital ID.
  4. In the Add Self-Signed Digital ID dialog box, select one of the following Digital ID types:
    • New Digital ID File (PKCS#12 Format). A PKCS#12 Format Digital ID file contains password protection. This format file has a .pfx or .p12 extension and can be supported by most security applications, including major web browsers.
    • Windows Certificate Store. The Digital ID will be stored in the Windows Certificate Store where it is available to other Windows applications and protected by your Window login.
  5. Do one of the following according to the Digital ID type you select:
    • If you have selected to create a PKCS#12 Format Digital ID, in the Create a Self-Signed Digital ID dialog box, fill in the User Attributes including Name, Organization Unit, Organization Name, and Country. It is also necessary to enter a password for the Profile file and confirm it. These options are contained in the Digital ID file and its accompanying Certificate. Click OK and Select a location to save the Digital ID file (.pfx or .p12).
    • If you decide to create a digital ID stored in the Windows Certificate Store: In the Create a Self-Signed Digital ID dialog box, fill in your User Attributes including Name, Organization Unit, Organization Name, and Country. These options are contained in the Digital ID file and its accompanying Certificate. Click OK, and the Digital ID will be automatically stored in Windows.
Digital Id Windows Certificate Store

Digital Id Windows Certificate Store

Note: Each Self-Signed Digital ID will be stored in a password-protected Digital ID file (.pfx or .p12) by default if you didn't select a digital ID file for it when it is created. However, you can add more digital IDs to a digital ID file.

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To add digital IDs to a digital ID file:

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  1. In Review Mode, Security > Digital IDs and Certificates > Manage Digital IDs.
  2. In the Digital IDs list on the left of the Security Settings dialog box, select an existing Digital ID file, if any.
    Note: You can click Add File to add a digital ID file, if you select Digital ID Files.
  3. Click Add ID, and then find a existing Digital ID or Create a Self-Signed Digital ID. When finished, the Digital ID you find or create will be added to the selected Digital ID file.