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Finding the Enterprise Root Certificate Authority

Posted on 2010-09-07
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So I'm new to the organization, and the administrators before me didn't leave very detailed information.  So my question to you is...

How do I locate the organizations CA servers?  For the life of me, Google isn't helping!  GAH!
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rverdam earned 125 total points
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Strange. The first hit on google tells me what you're looking for:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555529
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Dunno how you got that link when I couldn't.  But, I basically did a search for any Certificate Templates, and couldn't find any on the domain.  Leads me to think that there is no CA service running.  Thank you all for your assistance!!
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