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This is because your CA is Standalone CA type, not Enterprise. In Microsoft terminology, Standalone CA is literally standalone. It doesn't require Active Directory or network connections at all. As the result, Standalone CA requires certificate information to be placed in the request and doesn't offer enhanced enterprise-level features. This CA type is best ...


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Did you include the StartCom Certification Authority CA into the bundle ca file? Afaik it's necessary because StartCom isn't trusted by all vendors and operating systems. The error tells you that the certificate could not be validated - so it might be a good idea to import the StartCom CA into your system. (Some older threads about this problem)



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