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Topic: PPKLite failing on Windows 2003
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 136138
From: vfinn
Date: 7/12/2005 09:53 PM

Does anyone know of any windows settings that would disable using the PPKLite functions on Windows Server 2003?

I have recently hit a problem where any PPKLite function calls fail if the user isn't an administrator.
calling login() returns false
calling newUser() throw an exception

The added complication is that it only happens when the process doing the signing is launched by calling CreateProcessWithLogonW()
I have to do this since the signing is done on a server with no logged on user

If I log on and use a normal process the calls succeed.

Any suggestion would be appreciated since this is driving me mad!

Vin


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