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how can I know validity of the ssl cert installed in my IIS  if it is template version 2 or higher AND AUTO ENROLLMENT IS ENABLED OR NOT.
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by:Ivan
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Hi,

what do you mean by that? If you open certificate it will show you vaild from and valid to.
Template version are of no matter when it comes to validity.

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Ivan.
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my cert on my exchange is expiring , wanted to extend for another year and cert. template is web server when issuing from my internal CA, I was told below by Microsoft following to check

"You can change the validity of the cert if it is template version 2 or higher. However, when you extend the validity you still need to request a new Cert if auto enrollment is not enabled if auto enrollment is enabled it would automatically push out a new cert when the previous cert for the original validity period expires. "
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how will I check if cert is on auto enrollment and of template version 2
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by:Ivan
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Hi,

Open Root CA and go to certificate templates. There you will see what version you have.
Gray templates are version 1, colored are version 2.

Take a look at picture attached.

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Ivan.
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thanks

what about auto-enrollment?
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You should check if that is enabled via GPO, and if autoenroll is enabled on certificate template as well.

So first check security properties on template, to see if autoenroll is enabled: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Cc753452.aspx

Then look at  following link to see if GPO is configured to autoenroll certificate to copmuters: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc731522(v=ws.11).aspx 

I have attached a picture as well.

Regards,
Ivan.
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