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Two tier Certificate Services deployment with root CA in stand-a-lone and issuing CA in domain.

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I have created my Root CA, it is set to expire in 85 years on my stand-a-lone CS, Windows 2008 Enterprise R2 SP1. I have sent a request over from hy Issuing CS, also running Windows 2008 R2 SP1. The Root CA signs the certificate, and I export it to a file. However, when I open the Cert information is says it will expire in a year. I don't want my signed certificate to expire for many years, but am not sure where to change that?
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For a stand-alone CA, you can change this in the registry.  I think this info is still valid for 2008.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/254632
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