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Certificate Extensions
The Extensions tab allows an administrator to define specific application policies, issuance policies, certificate subject types, and key usage attributes for a certificate template. Application policies Application policies are settings that inform a target that the subject holds a certificate that...
2016-08-06, 982👍, 0💬

Create a Custom Certificate Request
Administrators usually configure certificate templates in advance so that the templates can be used to request or enroll for certificates. Custom requests can be used to modify a certificate template to meet special requirements, or to create a new certificate not based on a template. They can also ...
2016-08-01, 1279👍, 0💬

Certificate Enrollment Web Service Overview
The Certificate Enrollment Web Service is an Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) role service that enables users and computers to perform certificate enrollment by using the HTTPS protocol. Together with the Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service, this enables policy-based certificate e...
2016-08-01, 1110👍, 0💬

Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service Overview
The Certificate Enrollment Policy Web Service is an Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) role service that enables users and computers to obtain certificate enrollment policy information. Together with the Certificate Enrollment Web Service, this enables policy-based certificate enrollment ...
2016-08-01, 1067👍, 0💬

Save a Certificate Request in a File
You can prepare a certificate request for use later, or to retain a copy of the request even if it is processed at the same time as it is saved. Users or local Administrators is the minimum group membership required to complete this procedure. Review the details in "Additional considerations" in thi...
2016-08-01, 1038👍, 0💬

Sign Certificate Requests
In some cases, certificate requests must be digitally signed by using a valid Enrollment Agent or Signing certificate before a certification authority (CA) will process the request. ! Important Once someone has an Enrollment Agent certificate, that person can enroll for a certificate and generate a ...
2016-08-01, 940👍, 0💬

Get Certificate Details in Windows PowerShell
How to get certificate detailed properties in Windows PowerShell? You can get detailed properties of a specific certificate Windows PowerShell as shown in the example below: PS C:\fyicenter&gt; cd Cert: PS Cert:\&gt; cd localmachine PS Cert:\localmachine&gt; cd authroot PS Cert:\LocalMac...
2016-07-31, 7039👍, 0💬

Get List of Certificates in Windows PowerShell
How to get a list of certificate in a certificate store in Windows PowerShell? The easiest way to get a list of certificates in a certificate store with Windows PowerShell is to use the "dir" command with the "Cert:" path name. The following example lists all certificates in the "Disallowed" certifi...
2016-07-31, 2590👍, 0💬

Start Windows PowerShell
How to start Windows PowerShell? On most Windows systems, you follow these steps to start Windows PowerShell: 1. Enter "Windows PowerShell" in the Windows search box. You will see "Windows PowerShell" in the matched result list. 2. Click "Windows PowerShell" in the matched result list. You will see ...
2016-07-31, 1722👍, 0💬

Certificate Stores under "LocalMachine" in Windows PowerShell
What are certificate stores under the "LocalMachine" location in Windows PowerShell? Certificate stores under the "LocalMachine" location hold certificates generic to all users and applications on the local machine to the current logged in user. You can see them using the "dir" command on the "Cert:...
2016-07-31, 1534👍, 0💬

Certificate Store Locations in Windows PowerShell
What are certificate store locations in Windows PowerShell? There are two certificate store locations on a Windows system. You can see them using the "dir" command on the "Cert:" drive: PS C:\fyicenter&gt; cd Cert: PS Cert:\&gt; dir Location : CurrentUser StoreNames : {TrustedPublisher, McAf...
2016-07-31, 1454👍, 0💬

Certificate Stores under "CurrentUser" in Windows PowerShell
What are certificate stores under the "CurrentUser" location in Windows PowerShell? Certificate stores under the "CurrentUser" location hold certificates specific to the current logged in user. You can see them using the "dir" command on the "Cert:\CurrentUser" directory: PS C:\fyicenter&gt; cd ...
2016-07-31, 1438👍, 0💬

Certificate Provider In Windows PowerShell
What is Certificate provider in Windows PowerShell? The Certificate provider is part of the Windows PowerShell that exposes certificate information on Windows system as a file system called "Cert:" drive. This allows you to navigate the certificate information using file system standard cmdlets. For...
2016-07-31, 1273👍, 0💬

What Is Windows PowerShell
What is Windows PowerShell? PowerShell is an automation platform and scripting language for Windows and Windows Server that allows you to simplify the management of your systems. Unlike other text-based shells, PowerShell harnesses the power of the .NET Framework, providing rich objects and a massiv...
2016-07-31, 1227👍, 0💬

Managing Certificates with Windows PowerShell
Where to find tutorials on managing certificate with Windows PowerShell? Here is a collection of tutorials compiled by FYIcenter.com team on managing certificates with Windows PowerShell. What Is Windows PowerShell Start Windows PowerShell Certificate Provider In Windows PowerShell Certificate Store...
2016-07-30, 1392👍, 0💬

Manage Certificate Enrollment Policy by Using Group Policy
This topic describes the procedures and applications used to configure the certificate enrollment policy settings. Configuring certificate enrollment policy settings by using Group PolicyDomain Admins is the minimum group membership required to complete this procedure. ☞ To configure certificate enr...
2016-07-30, 1600👍, 0💬

Manage Certificate Enrollment Policy by Using the Certificates Snap-in
This topic describes the procedures and applications used to add enrollment policy servers and manage enrollment policies by using the Certificates snap-in. These procedures can be used to configure enrollment policies that enable users to request certificates from commercial certification authoriti...
2016-07-30, 1179👍, 0💬

Submit a User Certificate Request over the Web
When you request certificates from a Windows-based stand-alone certification authority (CA), you use the CA Web enrollment pages. Web enrollment pages can also be used to request certificates from enterprise CAs if you want to set optional request features that are not available in the Certificate R...
2016-07-30, 972👍, 0💬

Request a Certificate Over the Web
Certification authorities (CAs) can be accessed by using CA Web enrollment pages, which can be used to perform a variety of tasks related to requesting certificates. The default location of the CA Web enrollment pages is http://servername/certsrv, where servername is the name of the server that host...
2016-07-30, 916👍, 0💬

Certificate Enrollment Policy Servers
Certificate enrollment policy provides the locations of certification authorities (CAs) and the types of certificates that can be requested. Organizations that are using Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) can use Group Policy to provide certificate enrollment policy to domain members by using ...
2016-07-30, 809👍, 0💬

Check on a Pending Certificate Request
When you submit a certificate request to a Windows-based enterprise certification authority (CA), it is immediately processed and will either be issued or denied, unless the certificate template has been configured to require approval by a certificate manager. When you submit a certificate request t...
2016-07-29, 1987👍, 0💬

Submit an Advanced Certificate Request over the Web
The policy of a certification authority (CA) determines the types of certificates a user can request and the options they can configure. If enabled, you can use the Advanced Certificate Request Web page to set the following options for each certificate requested: Certificate template (from an enterp...
2016-07-29, 1823👍, 0💬

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 PKCS #7 or PKCS #10 file. In general, you use a PKCS #10 file to submit a request for a new certificate an...
2016-07-29, 1180👍, 0💬

Enroll for Certificates on Behalf of Other Users
It is not always possible for users to enroll for a certificate on their own behalf. This can be the case for a user smart card certificate. By default, only domain administrators are granted permission to request a certificate on behalf of another user. However, a user other than a domain administr...
2016-07-29, 934👍, 0💬

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