My Certificate Services servers are in place and ready to create and issue certificates.
I am using the 2 tier approach to Certificate Services.
I have created my stand-alone ROOTCA and my Issuing Certificate Services Server in my domain.
My RootCA has been published to AD with certutil -dspublish and I have added it as well to my trusted ROOTCA's for my domain with a GPO.
I have duplicated my Computer Template and set it up ready to issue certificates after I create them.
I have created a GPO that will be used to issue certificates after I create them.
What are the Best Practices Steps for creating our own certificate to be applied to an application server and the users/workstations that will access it?
Well, if you had an Enterprise Root CA, you could configure Autoenrollment for the certificates and not have to worry about issuing and deploying the certificates. Autoenroll isn't possible with a Stand
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