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457 views

Extract certificate chain from .pfx

I have a .pfx file that I exported from Windows Server 2008. It includes the private key and certificate chain. Using openssl I've been able to extract the private key and public certificate but I ...
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0answers
108 views

Why does IIS7 on one server work with my certificate while another has problems?

In the setup I describe, we have two servers, Alpha and Bravo. Alpha is a server that has been around for years. It is a Windows 2008 server running IIS7. In order to log in to any application on ...
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1answer
44 views

See who changed a certificate on Windows server 2008

I usually log into my server using RDC. Recently the certificate changed (got a popup while loggin in) and I don't know who changed it. We have a self issued certificate but none of the admins ...
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1answer
40 views

Certificate issue causing code to fail

We have some code that connects to a website to call a web service. When I run the code on our server under my account (local admin) the code runs fine. When I run the code under a different user the ...
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2answers
736 views

Adding multiple websites with different SSL certificates in IIS 7

I'm having troubles using SSL for 2 different websites on my IIS 7 server. Please see my setup below: website1: my.corporate.portal.com SSL certificate for website1: *.corporate.portal.com ...
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2answers
81 views

certificate creation on Windows Server 2008

On Windows Server 2008 using RD Gateway Manager it is possible to create a SSL self-signed certificate. Which other ways exist to create certificates on Windows Server 2008?
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1answer
940 views

Getting ASN1 bad tag error when trying to complete certificate request in IIS7

I have a multi-domain certificate I'm trying to install on IIS 7.0. When I use the IIS manager to complete certificate request, I get the error: There was an error while performing this operation. ...
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0answers
154 views

RemoteApp Manager SSL certificate extend expiry date

I have setup an RDP RemoteApp Server for deploying a couple of programs. The self-signed SSL certificate that I created only has a 6-month lifespan! Is it possible to extend this expiry date?
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1answer
722 views

Running multiple services on one Port 443 is possible?

I am new to network and firewall things, In our 2008 R2 server i have configured WCF service on windows service with port 443 and later i found another windows service already using the same port ...
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1answer
724 views

Win 2008 R2 SSTP Certificate

I have a Win 2008 R2 server running on AWS EC2 and need the ability to VPN to it. PPTP isn't an option given EC2 firewall restrictions (no GRE routing). I am planning to setup SSTP and it is my ...
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2answers
583 views

How can I install root or intermediate SSL certificates without restarting server?

For installation of a certificate I needed to install the root and intermediate certificates as well. This was recognized (after IIS reset) by Firefox and IIS at once, but not by IE, Opera or ...
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1answer
133 views

Understating certificate authority nesting

Given we have the following network/CA structure: Win2K8R2 - Root CA - no idea where its' certificate is? Win2K8R2 - Sub CA - obtained CA certificate from Root CA Win2K8R2 - OWA 2010 (Basically, a ...
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1answer
561 views

Renewing a OCSP and OWA certificates for Exchange 2010

We have been using an Exchange 2010 mail server for a year now. Today the certificates used in Exchange, as well as of Forefront TMG expired. We had the following certificate chain: Root CA issued a ...
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1answer
291 views

What happens to encrypted mails when CA certificate expires in my Windows Domain

does anybody know what will happen to encrypted /signed mails when a root authority certificate expires in my domain network? Can the certificate still be validated from the clients and will the ...
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1answer
1k views

Why can't I export a certificate that I imported as exportable?

On Windows 2008, I'm using OpenSSL to generate a self-signed certificate (the openssl.cfg file is empty): openssl.exe req -x509 -config openssl.cfg -days 10950 -subj ...
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2answers
2k views

SSL Certificate Installation Issue with Remote Desktop Connection

Using Remote Desktop Connection to connect from Win7 to Win2008 Server R2, what is the difference in installing a self-signed certificate (for server authentication only) and installing a regular ...
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2answers
1k views

Windows Server 2008 RDP-TCP Certificate keeps going back to Auto generated

Our servers undergo periodic PCI compliance scans and we have a Windows 2008 server machine that we have port 3389 open for RDP. It is secured with SSL, but it is failing the scan because their test ...
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1answer
647 views

Create Valid SSL cert for computer short & fully qualifed domain name on Windows Server 2008

I have setup a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Controller. As part of the installation, I've also added the role of Certificate Authority to my Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller. (This box ...
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1answer
2k views

certreq.exe unable to to submit Base64 CSR - Invalid Data

I am trying to script a solution to automatically submit Base64 CSRs to a Microsoft Certificate Services CA, but keep getting tripped up. My understanding is that all I should need to specify is a ...
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6answers
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Installing SSL Certificate for use in IIS7, installation “works”, but cert listing disappears

Windows Server 2008 R2, IIS7. We have an SSL cert from Go Daddy. It's a wildcard cert, so it will work across subdomains (e.g. *.domain.com). I followed the instructions located at ...
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3answers
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How do I renew a Web Server certificate in Windows Server 2008?

The SSL certificate for my web site just expired a few days ago, and I would like to renew it. I originally issued it two years ago using my Windows 2008 Certificate Authority, and it's worked ...
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3answers
3k views

Can you import a SSL certificate from another Windows IIS 7 server?

Usually I re-request the CSR and install the certificate when I move servers. Was hoping if there was a faster way, where I can just export/import a SSL certificate when I move my website to another ...
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7answers
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IIS7: can't set host name on site with SSL cert and port 443

Consider a Win 2008 SP2 machine with IIS7. The task is to apply a certificate and host name to the one and only Site on this machine. The site's host headers need to be abc.123.mysite.com The first ...
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1answer
6k views

Install certificate in .cer format on Windows Server 2008 - IIS 7

My task is to install a certificate which I got in .p7b format from my company. IIS 7 can import a certificate in .cer format by using the "Complete Certificate Request..." option. Using the ...
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5answers
6k views

Installing a CA certificate on multiple Windows machines (IE/Firefox)

I look after ~50 machines running XP/Vista, all on a single Windows Server 2008 domain. We are rolling out a number of test webservers internally, which have their SSL certificates signed with a ...
2
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1answer
373 views

Why do Windows Updates kill self-signed SSL certificates?

It seems that every time Windows auto-installs security updates, all of our secure sites return "connection was reset..." messages. After I remove and reapply new self-signed SSL certificates, the ...