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Please share a sample file signed with that token for analysis Thus, your code only embeds the signer certificate itself, not its certificate path otherwise they would have shown in the certificate viewer window.
Wpass2003 dialog states the problem: Sign up using Facebook. Kindly share the complete code base dump. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. But in my certificate viewer window shows all root certificate i have attached image link please find it – drive. We are also looking for same working solution. On other person’s computers those additional tokenn are not present, so Adobe Reader has no chance to build the certificate path.
Most likely on your computer either the whole certificate chain is known or at least up to a certificate which is explicitly trusted.
On your computer most likely those additional certificates have been installed in some certificate stores when you installed software that came with the token. Guruprasad N 40 1 You need to forward those extra certificates epqss2003 the other computers, and the easiest way is to include them in your signature by adding them epsss2003 the Certificate chain.
Furthermore a look at the signer’s certificate shows: I have attached my code below please find it.
Post as a guest Name. Adobe Reader makes use of these additional certificate stores when trying to construct the certificate path.
Now its working fine with your help.
Looking at the signature properties one sees: