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Direct Access Intermediate Certificate

OI am setting up a direct access server. I have an internal CA and got a certificate from there to authenticate IP-HTTPS connections. The next step asked to use computer certificates and select a root or intermediate authority. If I click browse, I see my internal CA and a VeriSign Intermediate CA. Is it safe to use the VeriSign Intermediate certificate? or should I get one from my public CA (globalsign)? Not sure the implications of using the built in VeriSign one.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
from your internal CA only don't delete any intermediate certs as the verisign is legit.
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jsgrosskopfAuthor Commented:
OK, Thanks
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jsgrosskopfAuthor Commented:
I left it alone but downloaded an intermediate certificate from globalsign and used that. Thanks for the help
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