> These are the subject lines of my first 2 posts respectively:
> "How to use another CSP, or set default"
> "Microsoft Base Cryptographic Service Provider v1.0"
> I am logged on as Administrator, it is the only account on the computer
> other than the disabled guest account.
> The site i am going to does require 128 bit encryption, and my browser is
> IE 6.0.2800.1106.xpsp2.03455-1633IC
> Cipher Strength: 128bit
> Update Versions:; SP2; Q813489; Q818529
> I have the correct CSP's installed on this machine for 128bit encryption
> They are just not listed.
> This happens with several other XP machines here.
> Thank you for the reply though, any other thoughts?
> > Elijah,
> > Log on as admin and see if the problem still occurs.
> > Also, try to put a good subject line on your post so that
> > people who are familiar with the problem can scan the
> > subjects and see your problem more quickly. The site
> > you're going to may need 128 bit encryption. Be sure your
> > browser supports this.
> > >-----Original Message-----
> > >This is the 3rd time i have posted this message in this
> > group.
> > >And i am getting an ulcer from peeking my head in every
> > hour for 3 days
> > >looking for a response : )
> > >If this is not the correct group to post this in just let
> > me know.
> > >Otherwise if you could atleast point me in the correct
> > direction to figure
> > >this out, i would be forever grateful.
> > >Message:
> > >When using a certain website for my company it requires
> > you to select the
> > >proper CSP (cryptographic service provider) from a drop
> > down list.
> > >The only one listed is "Microsoft Base Cryptographic
> > Service Provider v1.0"
> > >When looking in the registry though i see that i have
> > many others
> > >"installed" by going to
> > >"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\Defaul
> > ts\Providers"
> > >I have Windows XP SP1 and IE 6 SP1.
> > >Another computer seemingly the same shows many in the
> > list.
> > >I believe that it just that the current user does not
> > have any CSP defined
> > >and is reverting to this one.
> > >Again you all seem very knowledgeable on this kind of
> > stuffs, any help will
> > >be greatly appreciated.
> > >Elijah
> > >.