I'm trying to set up LDAP over SSL on a Windows 2008 AD server so that we can secure use LDAP to authenticate with our web servers.
However all the instructions that I have found refer to using your own CA on another server. I want to use a 3rd party SSL cert.
Does anyone know where I can get instructions? Specifically I need to know how to create the SSL request and then import the certificate. The Certificate Enrollment wizard just reports "Certificate types are not available" so I'm guessing that I shouldn't be using that.
You can either use a SAN certificate to support the extra names, or more commonly, use a TMG/ISA to "front" the connection with a certificate, then just do plain non-encrypted LDAP to the Win2008 server.
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