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Hello,

I have setup a Cain a test lab including a root CA and Sub CA.  They have a trust relationship and can see each other ok.  I am however having problems issuing certificates for smart card logons.  I have copied a template but when I right click  on my CA I do not get the option to issue a new certificate.  Am I missing a step to setup my sub CA to issue certificates ?

Any help greatly appreciated

Jimmy.
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Have you checked your sub CA for delegation ? or did you authorize it ?

Best Regards !
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