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Can I use in xp_startsmtp system procedure, trusted_certificates parameter with path to certificate file with UNC path like this:

'\\192.168.0.1\remote_pc\certs\Equifax_Secure_Certificate_Authority.cer'

?

I tried also: '\\\\192.168.0.1\\remote_pc\\certs\\Equifax_Secure_Certificate_Authority.cer'.

But both locations do not work :/

Only works when I specify local path: 'C:\\\local_catalog\\\this_pc\\Equifax_Secure_Certificate_Authority.cer'

This procedure do not support paths as UNC names?

asked 12 May '16, 05:28

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edited 12 May '16, 07:27

I don't know but just want to ask whether you have doubled the backslashes accordingly, i.e. used four backslashes before the server name and two for the remaining directories?

(12 May '16, 06:03) Volker Barth
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Yes, I also tried with doubled backslashes

(12 May '16, 07:26) BlueMark

The problem was that the local system account has no network rights by default. When I run the service under a user with the necessary rights, then all works ok.

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