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Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services
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Active Directory Certificate Services provide a variety of services regarding public key infrastructures and certificate usage in general. Using Windows Server 2008 and AD CS, you can support the following certificate usage scenarios:
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You can encrypt all data files. One of the most common problems in IT today is the loss or theft of mobile computer systems. If data is encrypted, the loss is minor, but if data is unprotected, it could affect your ability to do business. With Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, you can encrypt all user data files automatically through Group Policy objects and enforce the strong passwords required to protect them further. The Encrypting File System (EFS) relies on certificates to lock and unlock encrypted files. You can encrypt all remote communications. Windows Server 2008 includes both IPSec and Secure Sockets Tunnelling Protocol (SSTP) virtual private network connections. Both rely on certificates to authenticate the start and endpoint of the communication. You can secure all e-mail messages. Windows Server 2008 includes support for Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME), the standard e-mail security protocol. Signed messages are protected from tampering and prove they originate from the correct person. You can secure all logons. Using smart cards, you can use certificates to support the logon process and ensure that all users, especially administrators, are who they say they are. You can secure all Web sites. Using Windows Server 2008 and Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, you can secure all communications to your Web sites, ensuring the safety of all your client transactions. You can secure servers to validate their authenticity. For example, when you assign certificates to servers in a Network Access Protection (NAP) infrastructure or in any other secure service, computers in your network will know they are working with your own servers and not with other servers trying to impersonate yours. You can secure all wireless communications. Using Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, you can ensure that all wireless communications originate from trusted endpoints. You can protect all data from tampering. Using Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS), you can rely on Windows Server 2008 to protect from tampering or misuse all the information you generate.
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In addition, consider issuing a certificate to all your employees to help them certify who they are in all their Internet transactions. Keep in mind that all external certificates should include a trusted CA within them to enable them to work automatically with any browser.
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Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services
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After this lesson, you will be able to: Understand when to use AD CS. Install AD CS. Install an Online Responder. Locate and view the AD CS installation. Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
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Active Directory Certificate Services is the engine Windows Server 2008 relies on to manage public key certificates. By using AD CS, you can build a comprehensive PKI hierarchy that can be used to issue and manage certificates within your organization. AD CS is composed of several components:
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Certificate authorities CAs are the servers you use to issue and manage certificates.
Because of the hierarchical nature of a PKI, AD CS supports both root and subordinate or child CAs. The root CA usually issues certificates to subordinate CAs, which enables them in turn to issue certificates to users, computers, and services. The subordinate CA can issue certificates only while its own certificate is valid. When this certificate expires, the subordinate CA must request a certificate renewal from its root CA. For this reason, root CAs often have certificate durations that are much longer than any of their subordinates. In turn, subordinate CAs usually have certificate durations that are longer than those they issue to users, computers, or services. CA Web Enrollment Using Web Enrollment, users can connect to the CA through a Web browser to request certificates, perform smart card enrollments, or obtain certificate revocation lists (CRL). CRLs provide users of your public key infrastructure with a list of certificates that have been invalidated or revoked by your organization. Systems relying on PKI poll CA servers to obtain CRLs each time a certificate is presented to them. If the certificate presented to them is on this list, it is automatically refused. Online responder This service is designed to respond to specific certificate validation requests through the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP). Using an online responder (OR), the system relying on PKI does not need to obtain a full CRL and can submit a validation request for a specific certificate. The online responder decodes the validation request and determines whether the certificate is valid. When it determines the status of the requested certificate, it sends back an encrypted response containing the information to the requester. Using online responders is much faster and more efficient than using CRLs. AD CS includes online responders as a new feature in Windows Server 2008.
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