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David Somers wrote: > > It is a bit, well, actually, a lot of hassle. However, such is the price > that has to be paid if you want two-way authenticated as well as encrypted > comunications. In theory on Win32 it can be written using Stunnel, which can use the Win2003 Enterprise CA to do stuff... so at least on Win32 it'd be easier to use. > BTW, will any of this be incorporated into the ACL system... in the sense of > saying something like user X is only allow to do certain things when they > connect over a secure channel and have the right client certificate? > You can already disable all insecure protocols... that level of ACL isn't that useful - for example kerberos is secure but you can't get access to certificates. Tony