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We are using internal Certificates on the local DC.
We do not have a CA.

I have a certificate for the DC and it says:  The issuer of this certificate could not be found.  Windows does not have enough information to verify this certificate.

How to I correct this.
 
Keep in mind this is all internal, no external certificates from an external CA.

thx
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by:Darius Ghassem
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You need to have the Root Certificate from the CA that issued the Cert for the DC. You need to export the Certificate Chain.
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What happens if I do not have a CA -  this is all done on the local machine.
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You need to have the certificate of the issuer. The internal CA has a root cert
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