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12. Click Next. 13. On the Configure CA Name page, type Contoso-Root-CA, leave the distinguished name suffix as is, and click Next. You use this name because it will be embedded in every subordinate certificate issued by the chain. 14. On the Set Validity Period page, change the year value to 20 and click Next. 15. On the Configure Certificate Database page, specify the storage locations for the certificate database and the certificate database log. Because this is a root CA that should be taken offline and should be used only to generate certificates for the issuing CAs, you can place both on the D drive. 16. For the database location, click Browse, navigate to the D drive, click Make New Folder, and name it CertData. Click OK. For the logs, create a folder on the D drive and name it CertLogs. Click Next. 17. Review the information available on the AD CS page and click Install. When the installation completes, review the installation results and click Close. Your root CA is installed. Note that you will no longer be able to change the name of this server unless you uninstall AD CS first. This is one more reason for not using a server name in the CA name in step 12. Exam Tip
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Your root CA is installed. Return to Server Manager to view the results of the installation. For example, you should have an event ID 103 listed on the summary page of the AD CS role. (See Figure 15-6.) This event shows that the CA name will be added to the Certificate Authorities container in your AD DS domain. It also displays the command you can use to view the information in the directory after the name has been added. Disconnect this CA from the network after the Group Policy cycle has been updated, to provide further protection for this server. You can now move on to installing your first issuing CA. You should install more than one issuing CA to provide high availability for your AD CS infrastructure, but each installation uses the same process.
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Review the AD CS installation process
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For a step-by-step guide to the installation of AD CS, go to http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink / LinkId=90856.
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Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing Active Directory Certificate Services
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Figure 15-6 Viewing the contents of Event ID 103
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Exercise 2
Install AD CS as an Enterprise Issuing CA
You can now move on to install your issuing CA. You should normally install more than one issuing CA to provide high availability for your AD CS infrastructure, but for the purposes of this exercise, one issuing CA will be sufficient. Make sure that SERVER01, SERVER03, and SERVER04 are all running. 1. Log on to SERVER04, using the domain Administrator account. You need local administrative access rights only, but for the purposes of this exercise, the domain administrator account will also work. This server can be running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition or Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Edition. 2. Launch Server Manager from the Administrative Tools program group. 3. Right-click the Roles node and select Add Roles. 4. Review the Before You Begin information and click Next. 5. On the Select Server Roles page, select Active Directory Certificate Services and click Next. 6. On the Introduction to Active Directory Certificate Services page, review the information about the selected role and click Next. 7. On the Select Role Services page, select Certificate Authority and Online Responder. When you select Online Responder, the wizard will ask you to add the Web Server role with the required features. Click Add Required Role Services. 8. Click Next. You do not select the CA Web Enrollment because this is an internal enterprise CA, and enterprise CAs rely on AD DS to distribute certificates to users and devices. If you were
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installing this CA in an external network, you might consider using Web Enrollment to enable users to request certificates from your CA. You cannot choose the Network Device Enrollment Service (NDES) installation at this time because AD CS does not support installing a CA at the same time as you install NDES. If you want to install NDES, you must select Add Role Services from Server Manager after the CA installation has completed. 9. On the Specify Setup Type page, select Enterprise and click Next. 10. On the Specify CA Type page, select Subordinate CA and click Next. 11. On the Set Up Private Key page, select Create A New Private Key and click Next. 12. On the Configure Cryptography For CA page, accept the default values and click Next. 13. On the Configure CA Name page, type Contoso-Issuing-CA01, leave the default distinguished name suffix as is, and click Next. You use a valid name and a number because you should create additional issuing CAs for redundancy purposes. 14. On the Request Certificate From A Parent CA page, select Save A Certificate Request To File And Manually Send It Later To A Parent CA. 15. Select Certificate Request Name from the File Name field and copy it to the clipboard, using Ctrl + C, and then click Browse and navigate to your Documents folder. Paste the name in the File Name field, using Ctrl + V; click Save, and then click Next. 16. On the Configure Certificate Database page, specify the storage locations for the certificate database and the certificate database log. Because this is an issuing CA that will be used for testing only, you can place the data and the logs on the D drive. However, in a production environment, issuing CAs will be used heavily; this means you should place the data on the D drive and the logs on an E drive. 17. For the database location, click Browse, navigate to the D drive, click Make New Folder, and name it CertData. Click OK. 18. For the logs, create a folder on the D drive and name it CertLogs. Click Next when ready. 19. Review the installation of IIS. Click Next. 20. On the Web Server Role Services page, review the required services and click Next. 21. Review the information in the Confirm Installation Selections page and click Install. When the installation completes, review the installation results and click Close. The subordinate CA setup is not usable until it has been issued a root CA certificate and this certificate has been used to complete the installation of this subordinate CA.
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