Certificates storage is designed to store and manage certificates through which incoming and outgoing messages are encrypted and decrypted. This kit is used for:

  • generation of a request to Certificate authority for obtaining a certificate;
  • adding and removing certificates;

  • checking and displaying the status of certificates (revoked, active);

  • operation of the third-party software (for example, Web-client Java applet) with the Cryptographic Service Provider using the API of the Certificates storage.

Installation of the Certificates storage begins with launching the installer file rcs_x86.msi (additionally, file rcs_x64.msi for Windows 64-bit, see details above). This opens a Windows OS security window, in which you must click Run.

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If the computer of the technical administrator has a x64 Windows OS, the 32-bit Certificates storage must be complemented with a 64-bit system. This is necessary to decrypt the login and password for entering the Web-client that are e-mailed in an encrypted file. Other system users (administrators and operators) do not need the installation of a 64-bit Certificates storage.

Fig. 1 – security window

Then the screen will display the Setup Wizard Welcome screen, where you should click Next (Fig. 2).

Fig. 2 – start of installation

After that dialogs of preparation for installation will pop up on the screen as described in Table 1.

Table 1 – Installation of the Certificates storage

Dialog boxAction

In this window you will be prompted to enter full name and company name. We recommend skipping this step by clicking on the Next button

In this window you will be asked to specify a destination folder (by default C:\ Program Files (x86)\ Validata\), using the Browse button. We recommend skipping this step by clicking on the Next button

In this window you can select Full installation (installing all components required for the Web-client to work) (clause 1) and click Next (clause 2)
In this window click Next to start installation

Further progress of the installation is displayed in the dialog box System Update (Fig. 3).

Fig. 3 – Status of the installation

After a few seconds the program will be installed on the computer and a dialog will pop up (Fig. 4), where you need to click Finish.


Figure 4 – installation complete

As a result, several software components will be installed to the computer. In the process of configuration the user only works with MOEX EDS DSSK – hereinafter Certificates storag.

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