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IIS 7 certificate error

Posted on 2009-05-17
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Hi,

I have purchased a certificate and am having trouble installing it. I
am receiving the following error after trying to complete the certificate request:

CertEnroll::CX509Enrollment::p_InstallResponse: ASN1 bad tag value met. 0x8009310b (ASN:
267)

I am running Windows 2008 SBS Standard with  IIS 7.

Your help is appreciated.
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by:pabgm
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Hi,

The top link is basically asking me to request a new certificate from the CA. I have contacted my CA regarding this but I still have not received any resolution.

The second link requires me to move the certificate from a folder called "other people" which I dont have. Any other ideas?

Pablo.
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by:tatw
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1. What I could think of is permission problem.
2. Also you use which machines to generate the request of cert? It has to be your Windows server.
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by:pabgm
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The certificate has been generated using the server where the certficate will reside.
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I ended up going back to where I bought the certificate and  re-issued the certificate using a new request. This fixed the problem.
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I ended up getting a reissued certificate from my CA.
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