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Windows Server 2008 R2 CA not issuing more than 2 years

I have active directory environment in 2003 R2. I have installed 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition CA. Then I have created custom template from web server template and add expiry date as 15 years. my root ...
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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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I'm looking to do an in-place upgrade for 2 Windows 2003 servers domain controllers running certificates to Windows 2008 R2. Will it work, has anyone tried this, and will I need to do anything with ...
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Trying to Reissue a Certificate to an expired certificate authority. I've logged into my Domain Controller, gone to the Certificate Authority and then right-clicked and went to "Renew CA ...
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Do I need to replace my Windows Server 2003 Certificate authority?

I had a windows 2003 domain controller fail. The power supply went and took averything with it. Luckily, I have 2 other domain controllers. The only sticking point is that the server that failed was ...
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Sign an OpenSSL .CSR with Microsoft Certificate Authority

I'm in the process of building a Debian FreeRadius server that does 802.1x authentication for domain members. I would like to sign my radius server's SSL certificate (used for EAP-TLS) and leverage ...
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How long can a Microsoft Server CA be down before a cert will fail?

We are using self-signed certificates for internal development machines and other internal connection encryption. The certificates were created using Microsoft Certificate Server. I need to move ...
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Issuing Computer Certificates to Non-Domain Members (Enterprise CA)

I am trying to implement remote client access using L2TP/IPSec VPN for both domain members and non-members. Domain members is fine and working OK but I am having trouble issuing a certificate to the ...
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340 views

There is no certificate chain in portal certificate file

I am trying to install Mcafee EMM in a lab environment. I have created an enterprise CA and created a certificate. But while installing the EMM, its showing the error of there is no certificate ...
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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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228 views

Disaster Recovery with one 2008R2 DC and a 2003R2 DC

I am working out DR scenarios and one was making me scratch my head: Currently our domain has a 2008R2 DC and a 2003R2 DC. I know bringing restoring DCs can sometimes be harmful to an AD if others ...
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1answer
125 views

Use Certificate Autoenrolment with third-party Certificate Authority

Is it possible to setup Windows Domain to use Certificate Autoenrolment and third-party Certificate Authority? We think that it can be done in Windows Server 2008 only but don`t know exactly, please ...
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Is it safe to reboot a Windows 2003 certificate authority server? What problems might occur?

My company has a Windows 2003 root certificate authority server which is used to generate client certificates for Remote Desktop Services logins, as well as certificates for internal HTTPS websites. ...
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Making a CA for RAS and IAS for wifi on Server 2003 Standard

I am working for a small nonprofit with a few servers running 2003 standard. Before you ask, there is no budget for server upgrades unless someone donates money for the task. I am changing over the ...
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Windows Server 2003 Root CA - what can cause root CA cert to update?

I am specifically referring to a self-created Root CA on our domain controller (Windows Server 2003 SP2) that all our domain clients trust for internal use, not GoDaddy, Verisign, etc Root CA. Maybe ...
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SSL Certifcate Request s2003 DC CA DNS Name not Avaiable

I am trying to submit a request for an SSL certificate on a Domain Controller in order to enable LDAP SSL, and having no end of problems. I am following the information provided at ...
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Windows 2003 Domain - Certificate Authority - New Automatic Certificate Request

I have an issue with a certificate authority in a windows 2003 domain. We need one configured to allow ssl/tls encrypted traffic over LDAP so that our Application Gateway server is able to allow users ...