[CAPICOM is a 32-bit only component that is available for use in the following operating systems: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. Instead, use the X509Certificate2Collection Class in the System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates namespace.]
The Certificates object exposes the following interfaces:
- ICertificates2: Introduced in CAPICOM 2.0.
- ICertificates: Introduced in CAPICOM 1.0.
When to use
The Certificates object is used to perform the following tasks:
- Add or remove a Certificate object to or from the collection.
- Generate a subset of the collection by finding a set of certificates or by displaying a dialog box to select the certificates.
- Clear all the Certificate objects from the collection.
- Retrieve the number of certificates in the collection.
- Retrieve a specific Certificate object from the collection.
- Iterate through the collection.
The Certificates object has these types of members:
The Certificates object has these methods.
Adds a Certificate object to the collection.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
Removes all Certificate objects from the collection.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
Returns a Certificates object that contains all certificates that match the specified search criteria.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
Removes a single Certificate object from the collection.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
Saves the certificates to a specified file.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
Displays a dialog box for selecting certificates and returns a collection of those certificates selected.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2)
The Certificates object has these properties.
Retrieves an IEnumVARIANT interface on an object that can be used to enumerate the collection. This property is hidden within Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript).
Retrieves the number of Certificate objects in the collection.
Retrieves a Certificate object that represents the indexed certificate of the collection. This is the default property.(Inherited from CertificatesICertificates2ICertificates)
The Certificates object can be created, and it is safe for scripting. The ProgID for the Certificates object is CAPICOM.Certificates.2.
CAPICOM 1.x: The ProgID for the Certificates object is CAPICOM.Certificates.1.
End of client support
End of server support
|Windows Server 2008|
|CAPICOM 2.0 or later on Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP|
Build date: 10/26/2012