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Questionfailure to create a self-signed certificate and private key Pin
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I need to create a self-signed certificate and private key on a new installed win7x64 sp1.   For this, I installed the Windows SDK and Driver Kit 7.1.0 updated the framework to 4.5. Then, according to the instructions, I need to execute the first command on the command line  - "cd C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin"    then run the second command  - "makecert -r -sv C:\WinItProDriverCert\WinitproDrivers.pvk -n CN="Winitpro" C:\WinItProDriverCert\WinItProDrivers.cer"  But when I try to run the second command, I get an error :
 ""  Error: Unable to create file for the subject <' C:\WinItProFriverCert\WinItProFrivers.pvk'"
Error: Can't create the key of the subject <' C:\WinItProFriverCert\WinItProFrivers.pvk'"
Failed  ""

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