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I am following the instructions at;
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Active_Directory/Q_27272262.html

I did everything except 1B) Verify that Authenticated users is a member of the Certificate Service DCOM Access Group

I can't find the Certificate Service DCOM Access Group . Where do I go to find it?
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Certificate Service DCOM Access is a group, see the local groups at the server  and grant access to this group for "Authenticated users"
post back for any more q's..


Hope this helps,

gilad
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Done.  A DC cannot have local groups, it is an active directory group.  I am not sure why I missed it the first time, may be it is case sensitive. Anyhow, the error is still showing up. Do you have any ideas how to resolve it?
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This was not the complete solution but it was a necessary step.
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