Posted by Alex Khorolets on March 25, 2021
Replace Your Manual Microsoft Certificate Enrollment With Auto-Enrollment

Everybody knows how tedious it may be working with self-signed SSL certificates. That’s why it’s easier to add the Microsoft Certificate server role to your Active Directory. However, manual certificate enrollment is not so handy when there are dozens of users within one IT infrastructure, and if that’s the case, it won’t hurt to learn how to cut a corner or two!

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on February 14, 2017
Upgrade your CA to SKP & SHA256. Part III: Move from SHA1 to SHA256

We’re not done yet. In part II we moved from the older CSP provider to a KSP provider but now we want to start issuing certs with a SHA256 hash. That’s what we’ll do here in part III. The final step is that we move from SHA1 to SHA256 and tell the CA to work with the KSP. This is a tedious job that involves creating registry files in order to change the existing registry keys we already backed up before.

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