> I have the certificate for the server I need to
> connect to,

Are you talking about client certificates?
Usually servers do not request a (client)certificate from the client.
When you connect to, i.e., https://www.microsoft.com the server
sends one or multiple certificates to the client. Client's
job is to verify the server certificate(s). The client checks
the received certificate(s) against a list of trusted root
certificates, have look at the Https demo application.  

Arno Garrels [TeamICS]

Hein du Plessis wrote:
> Hi guys
> I need some help again. How do I go about adding SSL support on the
> TWSocket control? I have the certificate for the server I need to
> connect to, but I have no idea how to install it on the socket layer.
> I also assume I need a local certificate - how do I create, install
> and use it? 
> Sorry for the newbie question, but I've really searched for some
> sample code with no luck.
> Any help appreciated!
> Regards,
> Hein
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