Win 2000 and solved strangely

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Jalabar, Oct 13, 2007.

  1. Jalabar

    Jalabar Well-Known Member

    I followed all directions from the link below.

    The only strange part is when I got to the certification tree.
    I did have "GlobalSign Root CA" in the list, but I also had a "Slysoft" in the tree.
    It had the yellow explaination point on it. It did not have one on the "GlobalSign Root CA".

    Double clicking the "Slysoft" certificate did nothing. No other window came up. As if it was a dead certificate.

    So I double clicked "GlobalSign Root CA" anyway. The certificate was "OK". But I went to "Edit Properties" and changed the setting from "Enable Only The Following Purposes" to "Enable All Purposes For This Certificate".

    And it fixed the AnyDVD.EXE problem.

    Just FYI.