|Subject:||Re: Microsoft CA (windows 2003)|
|Posted by:||Paul Adare (pkada…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Wed, 23 Jan 2008|
On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 05:52:43 -0800 (PST), holland91…@gmail.com wrote:
> Has anyone set up a stand alone lab running windows 2003 with
> Microsoft CA. I am trying to set up a lab (first time doing it) and
> would like some pointers on the task. I have to servers 2 workstations
> and a laptop. Need to figure out how to set the CA up to test the auto
> enroll feature and to test user certificates but the lab will not be
> connectd to a network.
At a minimum you need:
1. Domain controller.
2. A CA (for a lab you could run this on the DC, not suggested for
3. A client.
Obviously if you're using separate machines for the above they need to be
connected to each other but they don't require external connectivity.
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Microsoft CA (windows 2003) posted by holland91…@gmail.com on Wed, 23 Jan 2008