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Implementing Qualified Subordination
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This section will describe the steps involved in cross certifying your organization s CA hierarchy with a partner s CA hierarchy. The first step is to create a Qualified Subordination Signing certificate template. By default, there is no certificate template that meets the requirements for qualified subordination requests, so a custom version 2 certificate template must be created. The certificate template must include the Qualified Subordination application policy OID (1.3.6.1.4.1.311.10.3.10). You can also enforce CA certificate manager approval and limit Read and Enroll permissions to designated users or groups.
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Important The Qualified Subordination application policy OID must be included in the certificate template because the Cross Certification Authority certificate template requires that the requestor sign the certificate request with a certificate that contains the Qualified Subordination application policy OID.
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Creating the Qualified Subordination Signing Certificate Template
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The following procedure creates a version 2 certificate template that meets the Qualified Subordination Signing requirements: 1. Log on as a user assigned the permissions to create and modify certificate templates. 2. Open the Certificate Templates console (certtmpl.msc). 3. In the details pane, right-click Enrollment Agent and click Duplicate Template. 4. In the Properties of New Template dialog box, on the General tab, in the Template Display Name box, type Qualified Subordination Signing, and click OK. 5. In the details pane, double-click Qualified Subordination. 6. In the Qualified Subordination Properties dialog box, on the Extensions tab, in the Extensions Included in this Template list, select Application Policies, and click Edit. 7. In the Edit Application Policies Extension dialog box, in the Application policies list, select Certificate Request Agent and click Remove. 8. In the Edit Application Policies Extension dialog box, click Add. 9. In the Add Application Policy dialog box, in the Application policies list, select Qualified Subordination and click OK. 10. In the Qualified Subordination dialog box, on the Security tab, assign Read and Enroll permissions to a global or universal group that contains the users that will request the Qualified Subordination Signing certificate. 11. Click OK.
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Publishing the Qualified Subordination Signing Certificate Template
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Once you create the Qualified Subordination Signing certificate template, you must publish it at an enterprise CA so that it is available for enrollment. You also must publish the Cross Certification Authority certificate template. Both certificate templates are required to generate a Cross Certification Authority certificate with qualified subordination extensions. The following procedure publishes the Qualified Subordination Signing and Cross Certification Authority certificate templates: 1. Ensure you are logged on as a CA administrator. 2. Open the Certification Authority console. 3. In the Certification Authorities console, in the console tree, expand CAName (where CAName is the logical name of your CA) and click Certificate Templates.
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4. In the console tree, right-click Certificate Templates, click New, and click Certificate Template to Issue. 5. In the Enable Certificate Templates dialog box, select Qualified Subordination Signing and Cross Certification Authority and click OK. 6. In the details pane, verify that the Qualified Subordination Signing and Cross Certification Authority certificate templates appear.
Note You might have to modify the Cross Certification Authority certificate template before publication. By default, only members of the forest root domain s Domain Admins and Enterprise Admins groups have Read and Enroll permissions. Unless the user accounts that will be issued the Qualified Subordination Signing certificates are members of these groups, the permissions of the Cross Certification Authority certificate template must be modified. You must assign these user accounts Read and Enroll permissions either directly or though a group membership.
Once the certificate templates are published, ensure that all designated users acquire the Qualified Subordination Signing certificate.
Implementing the Policy.inf File
The Policy.inf file defines the qualified subordination conditions in a Cross Certification Authority certificate request. The conditions only include the conditions required for establishing a relationship between your CA hierarchy and the partner s CA hierarchy. The Policy.inf file:
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