certficate problem on Backup Domain Controller

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Hi I removed First domain controller certificate then created new certificate. Then i installed new certificate to backup domain controller. Once the problem resolved. A little bit later the problem return again I thing that reason is certificate. The error like this: [strong]The currently selected KDC certificate was once valid, but now is invalid and no suitable replacement was found.  Smartcard login may not function correctly if this problem is not remedied.  Have the system administrator check on the state of the domain's public key infrastructure.  The chain status is in the error data.[/strong] Please help

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windows 2003 server

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Do you have a certificate server on the domain? If so is it set to automatically approve requests for new certificates. If not you may need to manually go in and approve the certificates.

Yes. I have Certficate server on my first domain controler but not on second domain controllera(backup domain controllera). How can i set that automatically approve requests for new certificates?. I installed new certficate on second domain controllera but the problem not resolved.

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  • Eliyevelxan
    Yes. I have Certficate server on my first domain controler but not on second domain controllera(backup domain controllera). How can i set that automatically approve requests for new certificates?. I installed new certficate on second domain controllera but the problem not resolved.
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  • Juano
    Take a look at your Default Domain Policy properties, and look at Conputer configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Public Key Policies/... I am not sure of the full path from top of my head but the "Certificate Services Client Auto-Enrollment" needs to be enabled.
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