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  • Certificate not signed by trusted authority

    We have been been communicating with Twitter from our iSeries. Recently Twitter increased their security and now required a digital certificate. We followed all the setup instructions but get this error on the green screen.  gsk_secure_soc_init() failed with rc = 6000 and errno = 0. 8 rc of 6000...

    WoodEngineer6,435 pointsBadges:
  • Moving CA process in Domino 8.5

    Hi, our usual Domino administrator has recently left the company and I’ve inherited the admin role due to the fact that I was once a domino admin myself. The only problem is that I was an admin under domino 5/6 and we’re now running 8.5 ! One of my first tasks was to decommission the domain...

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  • Windows Server 2008 – Error 0×80094801 Denied by Policy Module

    Hi im trying to import a certificate request from a Linux server on a windows 2008 enterprise certificate authority domain controller. The certificate is in PKCS10 format. When I try to import it using the Microsoft certification authority tool I receive the following message: Log Name: Application...

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  • Digital document signatures for an enterprise

    Does anyone have a good enterprise solution for digital document signatures using Microsoft PKI/CA? I am looking for something that provides a good indication that a document has been digitally signed using a user-certificate generated by Microsoft AD CA (Server 2003). I have tried it in Word 2003...

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  • Use PowerShell to contact a certificate authority and get a list of issued certificates

    I was Selling Powershell to a friend, saying how great it is and he asked me,"Is PowerShell able to contact a certificate authority and get a list of issued certificates, and details on each certificate, etc." I was not able to give him an answer, I could not find anything on the net to do this. My...

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  • Certificate Server-No HDWare Upgrade Path-Need to Rename

    Hello, I have a 2000 Server that is my company's only CA server. We are upgrading to 2003 and this server's hardware will not be able to handle the upgrade. Also, we are instituting a new naming convention so we need to install a new 2003 server with Certificate Services and use a different name. I...

    Cwhitelogic5 pointsBadges:
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