Re: Certificate Service version

From: BB (
Date: 05/28/03

Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 12:36:11 +0800

NT 4.0 - CertSrv 1.0
W2k - CertSrv 2.0
Win03 - CertSrv XX

As for the type whether is enterprise or standalone, my guess
is that you can configure it, as for enterprise you need DC to do it.

Bernard Cheah
"Jim Matthews" <> wrote in message
> A while back, I asked this question and it was answered - unfortunately, I
> lost the answer
> How can I determine the version (1.0 or 2.0) of the MS Certificate
> installed on my server, and whether it is a standalone or enterprise ?
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Dallas, Texas

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