Tips Using The PKI Certificate Manager With 64 Bit Microsoft Versions

It is often the case where an online retailer, including some of the very large ecommerce sites, spend so much time in securing their website information exchange through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology but then ignore the security of emails they send to customers, other businesses and clients.

Just as website SSL/TLS products offered by Comodo provide the trust and security your customers have come to expect, we can also offer this same level of security for all of your email. This can also be done quickly, easily and efficiently through our PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit Microsoft versions.

Our PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit Microsoft versions is also available for 32 bit versions as well. This will include Windows Vista and XP as well a Windows 2000 using the 32 bit system. The one difference between the two, at least when it comes to system requirements, is that the 64 bit version will require 30 MB hard disk space while the 32 bit version requires 20 MB. Both with need 64 MB RAM as a system requirement.

The email clients supported by the system include all Outlook products at 2000 or above, Outlook Express 5/5 and above, Thunderbird 1.5 and above as well as Eudora, Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail and Incredimail. It is also possible to use the PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit for most POP/SMTP or IMAP clients, but there may be some additional configurations and to consider.

Corporate Use

For personal use, anyone can apply for, download and install the PKI certificate for free. This is a very quick and easy produced and you will find step by step instructions on our site to make this a simple task even if you aren't experienced with installing certificates.

Corporations that wish to include security for their emails in the form of digital certificates and digital signatures for authentication should start by installing our PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit versions. This is found on our website as our EPKI Manager or Enterprise Public Key Infrastructure Manager.

The first step will be to sign up for an EPKI Manager account. This can be done by a Pay-As-You-Go option, or you can make a small deposit that will then be used for future purchases through the EPKI Manager.

The small deposit also provides you with a locked in discounted rate for all of our SSL/TLS products including the email certificates. It also includes our standard SSL products and even our EV SSL certificates along with Wildcards and UC certificate options.

As with all of our Manager utilities and tools, you will need to create a username and password. This will be maintained as the administrator for the Manager. You will then be able to provide different permissions for other users to allow them to access the features in the Manager according to your internal security and access requirements.

What the EPKI Manager Offers

Once the EPKI Manager is set up, and it operates from a web browser console so there is no download or additional software to install, you will be able to control all of your SSL/TLS products purchased through Comodo.

This means you can place orders for new SSL/TLS products through the console and obtain the discount as well as have the benefit of immediate issuance. This is true for the email certificates as well as the SSL certificates from the standard to the wildcard options.

Once the email certificate request is processed the system generates a link that is sent to employee or the employee can simply login on his or her own. The individual will enroll using the link from the device they will use. The employee uses their current password and username and provides the required information, then click the box to request the certificate.

It will be downloaded and automatically installed on the device. The next time the employee logs on he or she will be able to add a digital signature and encrypt their emails automatically without any additional input into the PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit.

It is important to note that if you are using the PKI Certificate Manager for 64 bit version it cannot be used on a 32 bit operating system. If you have additional questions about the specifics of using the 64 bit version, contact our sales team today. You can reach us by phone at +1 888 266 6361 or get in touch with us online at

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