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Windows XP DLL File Information - certmgr.dll

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General Information

File Description: Certificates snap-in  
File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2108)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 447 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 5
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 5

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 321,536 Bytes 70.2% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00050000 8,192 Bytes 1.8% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00055000 97,280 Bytes 21.3% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x0006d000 29,184 Bytes 6.4% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

certmgr.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when certmgr.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, certmgr.dll won't be loaded.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 14 15,036 Bytes 3.3%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 10 18,480 Bytes 4.0%
AVI Files 1 6,668 Bytes 1.5%
Dialog-Boxes 25 18,308 Bytes 4.0%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 3 934 Bytes 0.2%
Strings 302 27,862 Bytes 6.1%
Type Libraries 1 2,132 Bytes 0.5%
Manifest 1 753 Bytes 0.2%
All Others 1 892 Bytes 0.2%
Total 358 91,065 Bytes 19.9%

Icons in this file

There are 14 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
107 General
245 Certificates snap-in
246 Certificates snap-in
248 Find Certificates
280 General
285 General
329 Set Password
377 View Options
441 Precedence
442 General
443 General
444 General
445 General
446 General
447 General
448 General
449 General
450 General
970 Select Computer

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
1 Users
3 Add Recovery Agent Wizard
8 Certificate Files (*.cer)|*.cer||
9 %1 is not a valid certificate file. %2
10 Invalid Certificate file.
12 Certificates
13 Certificate display name not available.
14 Software Restriction Policies
101 Certificates 1.0 Object
110 Issued By
190 Certificates (%1)
191 Certificates - Service (%1) on (%2)
192 The certificate cannot be pasted into the %1 store. %2
193 Certificates (Local Computer)
194 Autoenrollment Settings
195 Logical Store Name
196 The Software Restriction Policies extension allows you to specify the sandboxing privileges of folders, applications and users.
197 Public Key Policies
198 Security Levels
199 Additional Rules
200 Name
201 Description
202 Type
203 Security Level
204 Last Modified Date
205 Request...
206 New Path Rule
207 Renew Certificate with New Key...
208 Renew a certificate that is close to expiration. Use a new key.
209 Renew Certificate with Same Key...
210 Renew a certificate that is close to expiration. Use the same key as the selected certificate.
211 Request Certificate with Same Key
212 Renew Certificate with Same Key
213 &Import...
214 Add a certificate to a store
215 Export...
216 Export a certificate
217 Automatic Certificate Request...
218 Create a new Automatic Certificate Request object and add it to the Security Configuration Editor
219 SAFER Windows 1.0 Object
220 Software Restriction Policies
222 The path cannot contain any of the following characters: %1
225 Set as default
226 Make this level the default
228 New Hash Rule
229 Certificates
231 New Certificate Rule
233 Issued To
234 Expiration Date
235 Open
236 View a certificate
237 Find &Certificates...
238 Search for a certificate in the store
239 Policy Name
240 Setting
241 &Request New Certificate...
242 Request a new certificate from a certification authority (CA) in your domain
243 Enabled
244 Disabled
245 Effective Date
246 Certificates - Current User
247 Windows could not set %1 as the default security level. %2
248 [not available]
249 Friendly Name
250 Intended Purposes
251 New &Path Rule...
252 Add a new path rule
253 Certificates
254 Issued To
255 Issued By
256 New &Hash Rule...
257 Microsoft Corporation
258 5.1.2600.0
259 The Certificates snap-in allows you to browse the contents of the certificate stores for yourself, a service, or a computer.
260 Next Update
261 Issued To
262 Issued By
263 Add a new certificate rule
264 New &Internet Zone Rule...
265 Add a new internet zone rule
266 All certificate stores
267 New &Certificate Rule...
268 Find Certificate
269 This will clear your current search.
270 Searching...
271 1 Certificate Found
272 No Certificates Found
273 %1!d! Certificates Found
274 MD5 Hash
275 SHA1 Hash
276 Store Found In
277 Add a new application hash rule
278 Export Store...
279 Export a certificate store
281 Export a certificate trust list
282 View a certificate trust list
283 <All>
284 <None>
285 Object Type
286 Physical Store Name
287 Certificates - Current User
288 Certificates
290 Certificate Trust Lists
291 Edit
292 Edit the Certificate Trust List
293 Certificate Trust List
294 Create a new Certificate Trust List and add it to this certificate store
295 The %1 certificate store already contains the following certificate: Friendly name: %2 Issued to: %3 Would you like to replace the existing certificate?
296 Certificate store already contains the selected certificate trust list. Delete the duplicate before adding.
297 Certificate store already contains the selected certificate revocation list. Delete the duplicate before adding.
299 Request Certificate with New Key...
300 Request a new certificate, but do not use the same key as the selected certificate.
301 This is a root certificate. Deleting this certificate will invalidate this CA. Are you certain you wish to delete this certificate?
302 Certificates that are issued by this CA or any lower level CA will no longer be trusted. Do you wish to delete this certificate?
303 You will not be able to decrypt data encrypted using this certificate. Do you wish to delete this certificate?
304 Certificates that verify to a certificate listed in this CTL may no longer be verifiable. Do you wish to delete this CTL?
305 The CA will not be able to revoke certificates that are listed in this CRL. Do you wish to delete this CRL?
306 Select a service account to manage on the local computer.
307 The selected certificate has no private key.
308 The certificate you are about to copy refers to a private key. The private key will not be copied with the certificate. Are you sure you want to copy the certificate?
309 Copy a Certificate
310 Domain Root Certification Authorities
311 Encrypting File System
312 &Add Data Recovery Agent...
314 Add an existing certificate to the Group Policy as a data recovery agent
315 &Create Data Recovery Agent
316 Enroll a new certificate into the Group Policy as a data recovery agent
317 Automatic Certificate Request Settings
320 &Data Recovery Agent...
322 Automatic Certificate Request Setup Wizard
323 Name
324 Intended Purposes
325 Add Recovery Agent
326 The selected user has no certificates suitable for Encrypted File System Recovery and cannot be added as a recovery agent. Please select another user.
327 Serial Number
338 Select a certificate template.
340 Automatic Certificate Request
341 Are you sure you want to delete this Automatic Certificate Request?
342 The file contains no certificates suitable for Encrypted File System Recovery. Please select another file or user.
343 Should the public and private key pair, and the certificate be exported to a password protected PFX file and the private key deleted?
344 Create Automatic Certificate Request
345 The passwords you typed do not match. Type the new password in both text boxes.
346 Set Password
347 If you press "Cancel", the certificate will not be exported to a PFX file. Cancel anyway?
348 Unable to retrieve selected certificate template.
349 File Encryption
350 File Recovery
352 Registering Certificates snap-in
354 Certification Authorities
357 Unable to read enhanced key usage from Auto Certificate Request object.
358 Cannot read certificate template information from a Automatic Certificate Request object.
361 Edit the Auto Certificate Request Object by launching the Auto Certificate Request Wizard
362 View a certificate revocation list
363 Export a certificate revocation list
364 Verdana
366 Register Certificates snap-in
367 You do not have sufficient rights to register the Certificates snap-in.
368 Certificate Template
369 The next time a computer logs on, a certificate based on the template you select is provided.
372 Select Recovery Agents
373 Only users who have recovery agent certificates can be designated as recovery agents.
374 Please add a user.
375 Unable to open %1 certificate store. %2
376 Unable to open %1 certificate store. The user could not be added. %2
377 Personal Information Exchange - PKCS #7 (*.pfx)|*.pfx||
380 The certificates you are about to copy refer to private keys. The private keys will not be copied with the certificates. Are you sure you want to copy the certificates?
381 These are root certificates. Deleting these certificates will invalidate this CA. Are you certain you wish to delete these certificates?
382 Certificates that are issued by this CA or any lower level CA will no longer be trusted. Do you wish to delete these certificates?
383 You will not be able to decrypt data encrypted using these certificates. Do you wish to delete these certificates?
384 Permanently delete the selected certificates?
385 Deleting these certificates may invalidate CAs or remove your ability to decrypt data. Do you wish to delete these certificates?
386 Public Key Policies
387 &Options...
388 View or change Certificates snap-in display options
390 Unable to save changes to %1. %2
391 Status
392 There is no policy defined.
393 &Do Not Require Data Recovery Agents
394 Allow users to encrypt data without a data recovery agent
395 &Delete Policy
396 Delete Encrypting File System policy and any data recovery agents
397 Are you sure you want to delete the Encrypting File System policy from this Group Policy object?
398 %1 store contains no certificates.
399 %1 store contains 1 certificate.
400 %1 store contains %2!d! certificates.
401 No certificates are available for %1.
402 One certificate is available for %1.
403 %1 certificates are available for %2.
404 Status
405 The help file CERTMGR.CHM could not be opened.
406 %1 store contains no automatic certificate requests.
407 %1 store contains one automatic certificate request.
408 %1 store contains %2!d! automatic certificate requests.
409 %1 store contains no CTLs.
410 %1 store contains one CTL.
411 %1 store contains %2!d! CTLs.
412 The certificate cannot be validated.
413 File type is unknown. Cannot open.
418 The Public Key Policies extension allows you to specify root certificates and set up certificate trust lists, automatic certificate requests and recovery agents.

COM Classes/Interfaces

Name Type Description
CertificateManager CoClass CERTMGR Class  
CertificateManagerAbout CoClass CERTMGR About  
ICertificateManager Interface ICertificateManager Interface  
PublicKeyPoliciesAbout CoClass CERTMGR Public Key Policies About  
SaferWindowsAbout CoClass CERTMGR Safer Windows About  

Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
DllCanUnloadNow DllGetClassObject DllInstall DllRegisterServer


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: