|Subject:||Certsrv on a remote server|
|Posted by:||Ryan Hanisco (RyanHanis…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Feb 2008|
I have an environment that uses a Stand-alone CA to issue certificates to
remote users from a public web site using web enrollment. This cert is used
for authentication for another web site.
Right now I have a server farm behind load balancers, but only one of them
is configured as CA with the web-enrollment piece (certsrv). As you can
imagine, this acts as a single point of failure and means that we can't use
the load balancers for this; we have to always go to the single server.
I would like to put copies of Certsrv on the other web servers so that I
could balance these, but I am concerned with the communication between web
enrollment and the CA and what the configuration steps would be. I am trying
to avoid the overhead of configuring subordinates on the other web servers
and issuing locally.
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