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Certificate subordinate for EAP-TLS deployment with  Cisco ACS server

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We have a cisco ACS server. Stand alone root and and enterprise subordinate CA. The problem is that the ACS server upon receiving it's certificate wants to point to the CRL of the root ca yet the subordinate CA is the one issuing certs so when a cert is revoked it shows as revoked on the sub not the root yet the ACS is looking at the root and doesn't know that a cert has been revoked.
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When you setup the enterprise subordinate CA, did the parent CA should provide a file containing the subordinate CA's newly issued certificate and, preferably, its full certification path?
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