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What is the best method to determine if a Certificate Authority is (still) in use?

Posted on 2016-07-21
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I need to know if I can turn down an Active Directory/Windows CA - determine if it is a root/intermediate/sub etc.
3 x Windows 2003 Servers that also happen to be Domain Controllers also.

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From the Certificate Authority MMC Snap-in, select your Certificate Server and expand the folders beneath, look at the 'Issued Certificates' folder... is there anything in there that isn't using the Certificate Template 'Domain Controller'?

I only have access to 2012 so I apologise if the steps are different.
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