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Symantec - Persona Not Validated

If you just purchased your Symantec Digital ID for Secure Email and seeing "Persona Not Validated" in your digital certificate, you may ignore this according from Symantec.  

Here's what they told me.

I successfully installed the Digital ID for Secure Email, but I'm seeing this "Persona Not Validated". How to validate this using my email address as fullname@king.net. Please let me know.

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Thank you for choosing a Digital ID from Symantec designed to provide the best S/MIME email security for encrypting and digitally signing documents online.

 Symantec has recently made a change to the Digital ID for Secure Email certificates due to security best practices. Going forward, we are placing "Persona Not Validated" in the Common Name field of these certificates. While this change has no impact to major email applications (e.g. Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, etc.), you may experience issues with applications that want to use these certificates…

Windows Update error 80072ee2

Updating your Windows workstation for security patches is very important. So if you receive a 80072ee2 error code, here's how you can fix it.
To add the Windows Update websites to a firewall exceptions listWindows Firewall ships with this version of Windows and should already include these sites in the exceptions list. If you use a different firewall, refer to the software publisher's help to see how to add these websites to your firewall exceptions list: http://*.update.microsoft.com https://*.update.microsoft.com http://download.windowsupdate.com  Here's the step-by-step procedure:
Open Internet Explorer, go to Settings, then Internet Option.In Internet Options, click Security tab. Click the Trusted Sites, click Sites.It will prompt you to add the websites to the zone. Add the following URL address one by one. http://*.update.microsoft.com https://*.update.microsoft.com http://download.windowsupdate.com
Check the spelling of the URL addresses to make sure that you're add…

HOWTO create a PST file.

How to create a PST file using MS Outlook version 2007/2010. Let’s try this one.
To create a PST file. In your Outlook, click on File, Info, then click Account Settings. In Account Settings, click Data Files tab, click Add, browse to your local folder for example TEMP folder, give a file name to your PST, then save.
You should be able to see the new folder in your Outlook.
To remove the PST file. In your Outlook, click on File, Info, then click Account Settings. In Account Settings, click Data Files tab, select the PST file, then click Delete or Remove. The PST file entry will be remove in your Outlook program.
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U.S. Military service seals.

Looking for U.S. Military service seals e.g. Department of Defense, Army National Guard, Department of Navy, United States Marine Corps,  and others. Please visit http://www.defense.gov/multimedia/web_graphics/



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