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In SSL terms, there should be no problems with this. The serial number and hash of the certificate may be the same. Its all part of the standard lifecycle of a certificate. The fact that it is a client certificate makes no matter. Disclaimer: I have no experience with OpenVPN.
The reseller pre-purchases thousands of them at once. Additionally, the issuing CA use the resellers to do what's called "Market Segmentation". In other words, there are people who are happy to pay $49/cert and those that are happy to pay $490/cert and those that only want to pay $4.95/cert. By selling the certs at a really low price, they capture all the ...
You cannot use a self signed certificate externally (and should not internally), since self signed certs are not automatically trusted by the Client.
No the primary use case for EAP-TLS it to perform mutual authentication using certificates. Both the supplicant and server must provide a certificate. If you want to use password based authentication, EAP-PEAPv0 has been available on the Windows platform since Windows 2000 SP4. For that to work, you'll need the NT-Password or Cleartext password of the user ...
You cannot achieve what you want via Group Policies. You may find some useful hints here, but these are primarily programmer stuff: Calling regasm without administrative rights for COM interop in Excel VBA COM Interop without regasm Or you can try some application virtualization technologies.
The following should work for you: cp /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf /tmp echo '[ subject_alt_name ]' >> /tmp/openssl.cnf echo 'subjectAltName = DNS:www.example.com, DNS:site1.example.com, DNS:site2.example.com' >> /tmp/openssl.cnf openssl req -x509 -nodes -newkey rsa:2048 \ -config /tmp/openssl.cnf \ -extensions subject_alt_name \ -keyout ...
The protocol itself does not allow you to host two SSL certificates on the same port on the same IP. From the Tomcat SSL Configuration HOW-TO: Using name-based virtual hosts on a secured connection can be problematic. This is a design limitation of the SSL protocol itself. The SSL handshake, where the client browser accepts the server certificate, must ...
While replying parties consume your AD FS service, you cannot control how the replying party applications work. You need to work with them to reduce service down time. http://www.maplelanetechnologies.com/Blog/Post/6/ADFS-3-0--Token-Signing-Certificate-Renewal-and-Service-Downtime
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