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Connecting client to host(ssl)

Connecting client to host(ssl)

Connecting client to host(ssl)

Hi ppl.

I'm trying to create a host sim for a client using ssl, but when I call "AcquireCredentialsHandle" I get the following return. "No credentials are available in the security package" I call it as follows:

I read I should use "UNISP_NAME" for ssl.
If I call "AcquireCredentialsHandle" with "NEGOSSP_NAME" as the second parameter it returns fine, but then when I put the token received from the client into "AcceptSecurityContext" it returns "The token supplied to the function is invalid." Can anyone please assist in what I am doing wrong or how I can solve this problem.


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