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Can a Windows 2000 certificate authority server run the SCEP protocol (cepsetup.exe) to connect to a Cisco router?

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I found a file (cepsetup.exe) on MS web site and it says that you have to have Windows 2003.  However, I see references to the same file name in other MS documents saying this file is in the W2K resource kit (which I do not have, yet).  So can I use this file on Windows 2000 advanced server?

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I found the solution.  Per another user the cepsetup.exe from MS web site does not work.  You need a copy from the original Windows 2000 resource kit.
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