Post-Installation Configuration in .NET

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Once the installation of Certificate Services is complete, you should run a post-installation script to ensure that the correct settings are defined for the enterprise root CA. You can use the following script to meet the objectives defined earlier in this section and to apply the default CRL and AIA publication points:
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::Declare Configuration NC certutil -setreg ca\DSConfigDN CN=Configuration,DC=margiestravel,DC=com ::Define certutil certutil certutil certutil CRL Publication Intervals -setreg CA\CRLPeriodUnits 2 -setreg CA\CRLPeriod Days" -setreg CA\CRLDeltaPeriodUnits 12 -setreg CA\CRLDeltaPeriod Hours"
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Establishing a PKI
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::Apply the default CDP Extension URLs certutil -setreg CA\CRLPublicationURLs 65:%windir%\system32\CertSrv\ CertEnroll\%%3%%8%%9.crl\n79:ldap:/// CN=%%7%%8,CN=%%2,CN=CDP,CN=Public Key Services,CN=Services,%%6%%10\n6:http://%%1/ CertEnroll/%%3%%8%%9.crl\n0:file://\\%%1/CertEnroll\%%3%%8%%9.crl" ::Apply the default AIA Extension URLs certutil -setreg CA\CACertPublicationURLs 1:%windir%\system32\CertSrv\ CertEnroll\%%1_%%3%%4.crt\n3:ldap:/// CN=%%7,CN=AIA,CN=Public Key Services,CN=Services,%%6%%11\n2:http://%%1/CertEnroll/ %%1_%%3%%4.crt\n0:file://\\%%1\CertEnroll\%%1_%%3%%4.crt" ::Enable all auditing events for the enterprise root CA certutil -setreg CA\AuditFilter 127 ::Set Validity Period for Issued Certificates certutil -setreg CA\ValidityPeriodUnits 2 certutil -setreg CA\ValidityPeriod Years" ::Restart Certificate Services net stop certsvc & net start certsvc sleep 5 certutil crl
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Enabling Auditing
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The post-installation script enables all auditing events for Certificate Services. These auditing events depend on enabling success and failure auditing for Object Access. Because the enterprise root CA is a member of a domain, you should define auditing settings in a GPO applied to the OU where the CA s computer account resides. Use the following procedure to define the GPO at a domain controller in the domain where the enterprise root CA s computer account resides: 1. From Administrative Tools, open Active Directory Users and Computers. 2. In the console tree, expand the OU structure, right-click the OU where the CA s computer account exists, and click Properties.
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Note If the computer account exists in the Computers container, the Group Policy definition must take place at the domain, or the computer account must be moved to an OU.
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3. In the OU Properties dialog box, on the Group Policy tab, click New. 4. Name the new Group Policy CA Audit Settings and click Edit.
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Implementing a CA Hierarchy
5. In the console tree, navigate to the following container: Computer Settings \Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Audit Policy and enable the following auditing settings based on the Windows Server 2003 Security Guide (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/ LinkId=14846):
Account Logon: Success, Failure Account Management: Success, Failure Directory Service Access: Failure Logon Events: Success, Failure Object Access: Success, Failure Policy Change: Success, Failure Privilege Use: Failure Process Tracking: No auditing System Events: Success, Failure
6. Close the Group Policy Editor. 7. In the OU Properties dialog box, click OK. 8. Close Active Directory Users and Computers.
Note If you have an existing GPO that enables these recommended audit ing settings, you can link to it rather than define another GPO with the same settings.
Implementing a Standalone Root CA
If you are implementing a multi-tier CA hierarchy, you should implement an offline root CA, which requires that Certificate Services be installed as a standalone root CA. This allows the computer to remain as a workgroup member so that the computer can be removed from the network for long periods of time.
Note You can use Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, for all offline CAs. The benefit of installing Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, is entirely focused on the enterprise CA implementation.
Part II:
Establishing a PKI
Creating a CAPolicy.inf File
It is imperative that you implement a CAPolicy.inf file when installing the root CA in a multi-tier CA hierarchy. The CAPolicy.inf file is the only way to define specific configuration settings, such as implementing an empty CDP and AIA extension in the root CA certificate.
Note This example assumes that Fabrikam Industries Inc. has an existing Active Directory deployment with a single domain named fabrikam.com. It does not matter if the domain is a Windows 2000 or a Windows Server 2003 domain as long as the Active Directory modifications discussed in 4, Preparing an Active Directory Environment, are applied.
This CAPolicy.inf file for Fabrikam Industries Inc. makes the following assumptions:
The root CA uses a key length of 4,096 bits. The validity period of the root CA certificate is 20 years. Base CRLs are published every 26 weeks. Delta CRLs are disabled. The root CA does not contain a CDP or an AIA extension to prevent revocation checking of the root CA certificate.
Based on these assumptions, the following CAPolicy.inf file can be installed in the %windir% of the FABINCCA01 computer:
[Version] Signature="$Windows NT$" [certsrv_server] renewalkeylength=4096 RenewalValidityPeriodUnits=0x20 RenewalValidityPeriod=years CRLPeriod=weeks CRLPeriodUnits=26 CRLDeltaPeriodUnits=0 CRLDeltaPeriod=days [CRLDistributionPoint] Empty=True [AuthorityInformationAccess] Empty=True
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