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/Remove Switch

The /Remove switch of the Enhanced Storage Certificate Management tool removes a specified certificate from the authentication silo certificate (ASC) store in an IEEE 1667-compliant USB storage device.

Note  To produce a list of the volume names of the IEEE 1667-compliant USB storage devices that are currently connected to a computer, type EhStorCertMgrCmd /List at the command prompt and then press Enter.


    EhStorCertMgrCmd /Remove  -Volume:
    VolumeName
     -Index:
    IndexValue
   

Subparameters

-Volume:

The volume name of the target device. For more information about the format of this parameter, see Overview of the Enhanced Storage Certificate Management Tool.

Note  To produce a list of the volume names of the IEEE 1667-compliant USB storage devices that are currently connected to a computer, type EhStorCertMgrCmd /List at the command prompt and then press Enter.

-Index:

The index within the ASC store where the certificate will be removed. The index value must be greater than one.

Comments

The /Remove switch removes all certificates from the target device except for following certificates:

  • The provisioning certificate (PCp). To remove the PCp certificate, you must use the /Initialize switch.

  • The ASC-manufacturer certificate (ASCm).

    Note   The Enhanced Storage Certificate Management tool cannot add, remove, or replace the ASC-manufacturer (ASCm) certificate from the ASC store in the target device.

To remove certificates from the target device, the device must have been provisioned with a PCp certificate, and the private key of that certificate must reside in the host so that it can pass administrative authentication with the device.

If you remove an ASC-host certificate (ASCh), the tool removes all related signer certificates (SCh) in the ASCh certificate chain.

If you remove a SCh certificate from an ASCh certificate chain, the tool removes the specified SCh certificate together with its entire parent SCh certificates in the certificate chain.

Example

The following example shows how to remove the certificate at index two within the ASC store of a target device:


EhStorCertMgrCmd /Remove -Volume:"\\?\usbstor#ieee1667control&ven_&prod_&rev_#123456789&0&control#{4f40006f-b933-4550-b532-2b58cee614d3}" -Index:2

 

 

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