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Configuring the Windows Server 2003 CA to issue Router (Offline request) certificates
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To install a computer certificate, an issuing CA must be present to issue certificates. See Appendix C, Deploying a Certificate Infrastructure, for information on how to set this up. Once this is done, you must get the router certificates issued for your deployment.
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To get the router certificates issued for your deployment
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1. Open the Certification Authority snap-in. 2. In the console tree, open the CA name. 3. Right-click Certificate Templates, point to New, and then click Certificate Template To Issue.
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4. In Enable Certificate Templates, click Router (Offline Request). This is shown in the following figure.
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5. Click OK.
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Requesting a Router (Offline request) certificate
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The first step after activating the certificate template is to request a certificate you can map to an Active Directory user account. We need to obtain the certificate, and then we ll export that certificate to a .cer file that can be mapped to Active Directory.
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To obtain the original certificate from Web enrollment
1. Run Microsoft Internet Explorer. 2. In Internet Explorer, in the Address text box, type the address of the CA that issues computer certificates. The address is the name of the server followed by /certsrv (for example, http://ca1/certsrv). 3. On the Welcome page, click Request A Certificate, click Advanced Certificate Request, and then click Create And Submit A Request To This CA. 4. In Certificate Template, select Router (Offline Request) or the name of the template that the CA administrator directed you to choose. 5. In the Name text box, type the user account name that is used by the calling router. 6. Under Key Options, select the Mark Keys As Exportable and Store Certificate In The Local Computer Certificate Store check boxes. 7. Confirm the other options you want, and then click Submit. 8. A message appears that asks you to confirm that you trust this Web site and that you want to request a certificate. Click Yes.
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9. On the Certificate Issued page, click Install This Certificate. 10. A message informs you that a new certificate has been successfully installed.
Exporting the Router (Offline request) Certificate to a .cer File
Now we need to take the certificate we just obtained and export it for use in Active Directory. This requires going through a conversion process in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Certificate snap-in.
To convert your certificates to the .cer exported format
1. Open an MMC console containing Certificates (Local Computer). 2. In the tree pane, open Personal, and then open Certificates. 3. In the details pane, right-click the Router (Offline request) certificate obtained through Web enrollment, point to All Tasks, and then click Export. 4. In the Certificate Export Wizard, click No, Do Not Export The Private Key. Click Next. 5. Select DER Encoded Binary X.509 (.cer) as the export file format. This is shown in the following figure.
6. Click Next. Type the name for the certificate file, and click Next. 7. Click Finish.
Mapping the .cer Certificate File
Now that we have the .cer certificate file, we need to map the file to a user account in Active Directory.
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To map the certificate to the appropriate account
1. Open the Active Directory Users And Computers snap-in. 2. On the View menu, click Advanced Features. 3. In the console tree, open the appropriate domain system container and folder that contains the user account for the calling router. 4. In the details pane, right-click the user account to which you want to map a certificate, and then click Name Mappings. This is shown in the following figure.
5. On the X.509 Certificates tab, click Add. 6. In the Add Certificate dialog box, select the .cer certificate file, click Open, and then click OK.
Exporting the Router (Offline Request) Certificate to a .pfx File
Now we need to have the matching certificate file exported with its corresponding private key to a file and sent to the calling router on the other side of the link. To accomplish this, we need to use the MMC snap-in again, and export the certificate to make a .pfx file.
To make a .pfx file out of your certificate and to export it
1. Open an MMC console containing Certificates (Local Computer). 2. In the tree pane, open Personal, and then open Certificates. 3. In the details pane, right-click the Router (Offline Request) certificate obtained through Web enrollment, point to All Tasks, and then click Export. 4. In the Certificate Export Wizard, click Yes, Export The Private Key. Click Next.
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