Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Certificate authority removed from forest in Technical; We have a system here which used to be part of a managed service, and as part of that we ...
7th November 2011, 09:45 AM #1
Certificate authority removed from forest
We have a system here which used to be part of a managed service, and as part of that we have a 'forest' of domains (basically a top level domain and the one in the actual school).
When this was running as the managed service, the provider had a certificate authority in place, which obviously handled all the certificate demands of the network.
Now, however, they didn't leave it in place so we have a system that is referring to that CA which doesn't exist, and certificates are basically starting to expire and things are gradually going a bit odd in places. For example, Spiceworks can no longer connect to AD via SSL.
How do I go about adding a new CA of our own, and replacing all the references to it?
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7th November 2011, 10:41 AM #2
Can I simply follow the instructions here to remove the CA(s)?
There appears to be reference to half a dozen of them, all BSF ones.
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