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CA to Cisco VPN?

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I use the Cisco IPSec VPN and wonder if there are any existing freeware CA solution that can take care of the certificate handling. We have previously used Keon, but it's expensive.
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The solution is to use the certificate server (free) that is provided with Microsoft Windows 2000/2003.  This is supported by all of their VPN products (router, PIX and concentrator).
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Are you sure it supports all things that are necessary for the certificate issuing, like enrollment protocolls and so on?
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Yes.  It supports the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) Add-on for Certificate Services.  It looks like you have to download this add-on however at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=9f306763-d036-41d8-8860-1636411b2d01&displaylang=en
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Thanks alot!!
Knows about SEP pretty well since I have implemented it once, but my knowledge about MS sucks.

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