The problem here is that the agent is signed (created and saved) by an ID from a different domain than the one that is being executed. Web executed agents usually run under the authority of the signer. Therefore, the server needs a certificate from the other domain so it can validate the public key of the signer against the domain. You can have the administrator of the 'Web' server open documents signed by the other domain. Check with you administrator for more information on how to get the certificate on the 'web' server.
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