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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Creating Fully Trusted Forms by Code Signing

If you need to take advantage of any features that aren’t permitted by InfoPath’s Domain security model, such as cross-domain data access, you must specify the Full Trust security model. When you specify Full Trust, you have two choices: adding a digital signature from a code signing certificate to the form or creating and deploying a custom-installed template. A code signing certificate differs from a client authentication certificate. Most commercial CAs provide code signing certificates. If you install a code signing certificate obtained from your organization’s certificate server, users of your forms must trust the CA. If you’ve implemented digital signatures for data documents, users already ...

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