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Internet Explorer and revocation check failure

Internet Explorer normally warns you if the server you visit have any certificate issues. Some examples: The certificate has another Subject than the URL you used to access it: The certificate was issued by a CA that your computer do Continue reading


The option Enterprise unavailable during CA installation?

When installing a Active Directory Certification Authority (or CA server for short), the Setup Type option Enterprise might be greyed out: This is most likely because you are not running the installation with an account that local administrator on the Continue reading


What is RMS?

Microsoft recently released a big update to RMS that completely changes the landscape of information protection. There are many new features that Id love to go into details about, but this article will cover what RMS is on a more Continue reading


Delete local CRL cache in Windows

Windows automatically caches retrieved CRLs and OCSP reponses. The advantage is that it speeds up revocation checking and uses less network bandwidth. The disadvantage is that clients will not detect new CRLs until the local cache expires. Normally you should Continue reading


Manually remove old CA references in Active Directory

Summary When a CA server is uninstalled or crashes beyond recovery some objects are left in Active Directory. It’s good practice to remove these obsolete objects. Background When you install a version of Certificate Authority that is Active Directory-integrated (i.e. Continue reading