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    Having a small issue here.

    Installed an offline root CA...and then configured an Enterprise sub CA. Everything seems to look ok with the exception of one of the locations.

    DeltaCRL Location #2 - Unable to Download - http://certserv/CertEnroll/server1.crl

    However when I manually run this link within IE it loads fine. This is also the location for CDP Location #2 and the status for this is "OK"

    Is there something obvious being missed?

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    Incase anyone comes across the same issue...this was caused by my http line missing a variable. instead of http://certserv/CertEnroll/server1.crl

    it should read http://certserv/CertEnroll/server1<DeltaCRLAllowed>.crl we then ran the certutil -crl command and the location changed to "OK"

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