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“The private key for the certificate that was configured could not be accessed.”

I'm trying (and failing) to replace the certificates for an ADFS 2.0 stand-alone installation. I've generated the certificates and placed them in the local machine store. But, no matter what I do, I ...
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How to autoenroll certificates from a Certification Authority in a trusted domain?

I have two Active Directory domains in two separate forests, all at Windows Server 2008 R2 functional levels. There is a two-way forest trust between the domains. Domain A contains a Windows Server ...
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WS 2008 R2 Online Responder not Responding to OCSP Requests

I'm trying to configure an Online Responder (OCSP Responder) for a Windows-based PKI (2008 R2) and I can't for the life of me get the OCSP service to validate when I check it in the Enterprise PKI ...
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Using Direct Access to allow mobile users to have GPO and the Domain experience

I'm interested in using Direct Access mainly so I can apply GPO to mobile clients and control the "domain experience" these users have. Q: Does Direct Access allow end users to transparently work ...
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Certificate verification fails: Error retrieving URL: This network connection does not exist

I have a test environment where I test smart card logon using a third party CA. I have added the trusted third party root CA to NTAuth store for smart card authentication and set up a web server to ...
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Unable to submit certificate request to 2k8R2 CA

I have created a two-tier CA using Windows Server 2008 R2. The .inf files used to create this standalone root and an enterprise subCA are at the end of this post. The root is installed OK and issued ...