Active Directory Certificate Services .crl

Hi,

I recently setup my a Root CA and Sub CA,
The root CA is not domain joined and offline, called CompanyRootCA
Sub CA is domain joined Server 2016, called CompanyIssuingCA

Every 7 days the CompanyIssuingCA displays an error and will not restart until I copy a new .crl from the CompanyRootCA to inetpub/wwwroot/pki

Should I need to publish a new crl every 7 days and manually copy it to the SubCA ?
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
No,
u don't have to publish crl every 7 days
start your root ca and increase crl publishing internal (say 52 weeks)' untick delta crl publishing since root ca is not going to issue certificates frequently and hence there's no revocation frequently
now publish this crl and then copy it to sub ca and inform ad as well
step by stephttp://itcalls.blogspot.in/2013/08/how-to-publish-new-certificate.html?m=1
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Ben SAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the help
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