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EFS file access problems

in my organization, i have a deadline to deploy EFS using AD CS, and i am working with a single windows server 2003 box, which is the Root CA, and is the same server responsible to certificate ...
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Is it possible to batch sign CSRs (with certutil for instance)?

I have about 100 CSR to sign on a windows PKI. I would like to know if it's possible to batch submit, issue and export these CSRs via batch or powershell script, maybe using cert util, and how to do ...
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Decommissioning PKI - How do I set a CRL Next update to null?

I am planning on deploying two Windows 2008R2 PKIs: One for legacy devices that don't support SHA-2 / ECP and another one that does support it. When the time comes to decommission the SHA1 ...
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Distribution of root certificate with Windows AD Certificate Services

Windows Server provides a certificate authority service. However, it's not clear from its documentation how (or if) the root certificate gets distributed to clients. Do domain member computers ...
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I can't install Enterprise root CA in windows 2003

I am trying to install Enterprise CA in my windows server 2003.But I can select only stand alone root CA and the stand alone subordinate CA. Other two options are not highlighted. Can anybody give me ...
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Windows 2008 CA and Windows 2003 AD?

I have a Windows 2003 AD and I set up a root ca and a sub ca both of which are windows 2008(joined to domain).I need to use the sub ca to generate end user certificates for digital signature , they ...