Some of the defaults may cause this to work on Old Windows systems: Set the OCSP Responder to No with the Check option selected. Set the Reject options to No with the Accept or No option selected.
When using the Windows 8.0 UI, you cannot click on the Credentials tab. You cannot double-click on the desired Certificate to open the Certificate window. You have to use New on the left side of the Certification Authority drop-down list.
For various reasons, including the inability to use a generic Certificate/Private Key, it is necessary to use your Windows user name, not the computer name, to sign Palisade add-ins. However, because you're not creating a new certificate for a concrete user, you won't see any of the user fields. The fields shown on the screenshot are all required.
When the user name you specify will be used to sign all future Palisade add-ins downloaded from this product, you will need to bookmark the URL returned by this step. This is because you'll use that URL to download the add-in when you want to sign it. d2c66b5586