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  • Blog Post: WP7CertInstaller 1.0.0.0 Explained

    WP7CertInstaller is a CodePlex project which includes the source code of a website to download your trusted root certificates from, a WP7 example showing how you include the certificate check / install functionality in debug builds, an Azure project for testing with a real device, and a batch script...
  • Blog Post: Azure SSL verses Management API Certificates

    It is important to distinguish the difference between digital certificates intended for SSL endpoints and those intended for use with the Azure management API. Azure doesn’t care where the cert’s come from but the certs for SSL have to be issued by a Certificate Authority (CA) that the calling client...
  • Blog Post: WP7CertInstaller 1.0.0.0 Prerequisites

    WP7CertInstaller requires the Windows Phone Developer Tools along with the Windows Azure Tools for VS2010 1.3 .  If you don’t have the Azure Tools installed you can uncomment the “#define NoAzureSDKInstalled” conditional compilation symbol at the top of WP7CertInstaller’s X509CertController.cs file...
  • Blog Post: WP7CertInstaller 1.0.0.0 Released

    I just released WP7CertInstaller on codeplex to demonstrate a simple approach for installing Trusted Root certificates on Windows Phone 7.  This enables developers to use self-signed SSL certificates as is typically done in dev and test environments. You can find the release at: http://wp7certinstaller...
  • Blog Post: WP7 and Self-Signed SSL Certificates

    While developing a Windows Phone 7 app that calls a WS-Trust authenticated web service I ran into a general problem with the phone blocking SSL requests to a web server which uses a self-signed certificate, the kind typically used on dev and test servers. The result was the EndpointNotFoundException...
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