Windows Enterprise CA moved to another server : CRLs not publishing

Posted on 2011-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I moved my Enterprise root CA (very small, can be recreated) to a new server a while back.
I have two outstanding problems :

1. In AD sites and services - Public key services - CDP I still have the old server as a distribution point for two old CA certificates (but not for the most recent one). Can I just delete the old server entry?

2. The CA certificates themselves (even the new one) still show the old server as the CRL Distribution point. So I have some error in my CRL publishing. I wonder if I remove the service in point 1 and then renew my CA cert, will is get the right CRL Distribution point?

Question by:Carol Chisholm
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    Spent a lot of time turnign on and off options and restarting things. I have got rid of the error message but I think I am not publishing enough CRLs now.
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