Javascript digital signature using Windows Certificate Store

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I can successfully sign a document using a JavaScript via the Action Wizard, but according to the JavaScript for Acrobat API, it requires that I log in to security.PPKLiteHandler using a Digital ID file (.pfx file extension) or PKCS#11 library. I would like to digitally sign the PDF via JavaScript using an enterprise-level certificate from the Windows Certificate Store.

 

How can I do this programmatically?

 

Thanks,

Mark

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Javascript digital signature using Windows Certificate Store

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I can successfully sign a document using a JavaScript via the Action Wizard, but according to the JavaScript for Acrobat API, it requires that I log in to security.PPKLiteHandler using a Digital ID file (.pfx file extension) or PKCS#11 library. I would like to digitally sign the PDF via JavaScript using an enterprise-level certificate from the Windows Certificate Store.

 

How can I do this programmatically?

 

Thanks,

Mark

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript, How to, Security digital signatures and esignatures

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