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I installed a standalone Root CA named RootCA and an AD-integrated subordinate server named SACa. I set the CRL and AIA paths at RootCA to point to the subordinate and requested the certificate for the subordinate. Everything is working correctly, and the subordinate is issuing certificates to desktop PCs. However, when I checked the CRL path on the client desktop, it showed LDAP instead of HTTPS, as shown in the screenshot. I also checked the subordinate server's certificate properties for CRL, and it is pointing to the HTTPS path to itself, as shown in the first screenshot. Why do the desktop PCs not show the HTTP path? 


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what is your root ca crl path?

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This url path is set at the root ca , but the screenshot 2 is taken at the subordinate cert details. saca is the subordinate.
Do i have to right click saca  --properties-extensions then change the crl path too?
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