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What is the difference between the formats "DER encoded" and "Base64 encoded" when exporting a certificate?
I am often asked what the difference between the following certificate export options are: The first option exports the certifcate encoded in the format Distinguished Encoding Rules, which is a binary format. The second option exports the certificate encoded with Continue reading
Normally when you start a Windows CA server it allocates a random high port number for the service to listen on. When clients want to enroll certificates they find this dynamic port number by asking the CA Servers RPC Endpoint Continue reading
Imagine that you are using both Base CRL and Delta CRL, but you want to stop using Delta CRL and only use Base CRL going forward. Could this cause any problems in revocation checking if you do not carefully plan Continue reading
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
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