Request a Certificate by Using a PKCS #10 or PKCS #7 File
It is not always possible to submit a certificate request online to a certification authority (CA). In these instances, you might still be able to submit a certificate request in the form of a PKCSÂ #7 or PKCSÂ #10 file. In general, you use a PKCSÂ #10 file to submit a request for a new certificate and a PKCSÂ #7 file to submit a request to renew an existing certificate.
Users or local Administrators is the minimum group membership required to complete this procedure. Review the details in "Additional considerations" in this topic.
|â˜ž||To request a certificate by using a PKCSÂ #10 or PKCSÂ #7 file|
Open a Web browser.
Open https://servername/certsrv, where servername is the name of the Web server hosting the CA Web enrollment pages.
Click Request a certificate, and then click Advanced certificate request.
Click Submit a certificate request using a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCSÂ #10 file or Submit a renewal request by using a base-64-encoded PKCSÂ #7 file.
In Notepad, click File, click Open, select the PKCSÂ #10 or PKCSÂ #7 file, click Edit, click Select all, click Edit, and then click Copy. On the Web page, click in the Saved request box. Click Edit, and then click Paste to paste the contents of the certificate request into the box.
If you are connected to an enterprise CA, choose the certificate template that you want to use.
If you have any attributes to add to the certificate request, enter them into Additional Attributes.
Do one of the following:
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