Have installed WSUS3 SP2 on Server 2003 R2
Have installed and configured Certificate-Authority
Have created Root-certificate and WSUS-certificate
Have issued the WSUS-certificate on IIS and changed the Technet-mentioned folders to run
It seems I have the chance to Auto-enroll the Root-certificate via GPO (Computer-Configuration, Windows settings, Security-settings, Public Key Policies, Trusted Root Certification Authorities); but I cant figure out where to place the WSUS-certificate in the GPO.
My question is how to auto-enroll the WSUS-certificate via GPO ?, or a good desription on how to Auto-enroll the SSL-certificates from the very Start?
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