Re: requesting cert from local CA: "no trusted certificate authorities available"
- From: Paul Adare <padare@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2006 08:59:14 -0500
In article <ueGjf0cAHHA.4592@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, in the
microsoft.public.security news group, Jason Viers <spam@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I have a certificate authority installed on this domain controller (as a
stand-alone root CA), and I can see its cert in "Trusted Root
Certificate Authorities". If I try to launch the "Request New
Certificate" wizard for any account, I get an error message saying the
wizard could not be started because "there are no trusted certificate
authorities available", or permission is denied.
Is there something special I have to do to get the local machine to
"trust" this CA, or some other way I should go about this?
To use the MMC wizard your CA needs to be an Enterprise CA, and not a
Paul Adare - MVP Virtual Machines
Waiting for a bus is about as thrilling as fishing,
with the similar tantalisation that something,
sometime, somehow, will turn up. George Courtauld
- Prev by Date: Re: Have I been Hacked?
- Next by Date: Hardware considerations for PKI
- Previous by thread: requesting cert from local CA: "no trusted certificate authorities available"
- Next by thread: Re: requesting cert from local CA: "no trusted certificate authorities available"