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How do I automatically publish autoenrolled user certificates to the GAL

Posted on 2008-10-09
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I have recently set up Windows Certificate Services and have user certificates being autoenrolled.

Now, I would like to have those certificates automatically populated to the GAL (rather than the individual having to sign an e-mail or self-publish the certificates to the GAL).

A couple of other points:

1) The Certificate Server root and issuing CAs are seperate from, but in the same AD Domain as the Exchange servers.
2) Certificate Services is running on a series of Windows 2008 servers (don't know if that makes a difference)
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by:abdulzis
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in Windows 2003, you could use the 'Certutil" command to do that. I will see if there is something similiar for windows 2008.
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Active directory now automatically publishes these to the GAL without further intervention.  Question is moot
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