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Certutil to republish CRL

Posted on 2014-11-20
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I am trying to use certutil to update our cert revocation list.

The command in an article written by the last person to handle certs here is..

certutil -dspublish CRL

What i've found online so far is ..


certutil [options] -dspublish CRLFile [DSCDPContainer [DSCDPCN]]


the command i am trying to run is

certutil -dspublish companyname.crl

but, i just get errors saying arguments expected = 3 received 5.

can someone here help me with the exact syntax i should be using?
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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certutil -crl is the command you need to use to publish the crl's
are you trying to change the location of the crl's ? that is bound into the certificate when issued?
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