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Windows Sub CA not issuing certificates

I set up a fresh 2-tier PKI to try and replace an old broken PKI with a CA that was no longer available. Everything seems to be working between the offline root and online issuing CAs, but now I'm ...
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Child domain new cert request - certificate template permissions do not allow current user to enroll 0x80094012

I have the following AD configuration: rootca (standalone not domain connected) mydom.local dc1.mydom.local svr1.mydom.local subca.mydom.local(enterprise subordinate CA) other.mydom.local ...
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How to debug missing enterprise root ca certificate?

We have a openssl offline root CA with a Windows 2008 R2 AD-integrated SubCA. The Openssl Root CA was published to ldap CN=ROOTCANAME,CN=Certification Authorities,CN=Public Key ...
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Requesting certificates fails in different site

I'm not really sure where to start looking When requesting a certificate, a server always gets the error message "You cannot request a certificate at this time because no certificate types are ...
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1answer
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Can not find a specific group in MS Windows 2008

In a MS-Win 2008 SP2 I am trying to find the group CERTSVC_DCOM_ACCESS. I followed this link Error in MS-CA request instructions but I can not seem to find that group. Where it? Does it have a ...
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How does SSO using Active Directory works where user is transparently logged in. (intranet webapp)

I'm told that it's possible to make a web application not require a login. The user logs in to Windows, which authenticates via an Active Directory (LDAP) Lookup. Then, they should be able to go to ...
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PKI Issuing CA on Domain Controllers

I am setting up a PKI which will initially be used internally. As we may grow our use of this I have opted for a three tier hierarchy - Offline Root and Policy CAs (one Policy CA at the moment for ...