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Figure 15-10. The CA Identifying Information page of the Windows Components Wizard.
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5. On the Certificate Database Settings page, accept the default storage location for the certificate database and log files and configuration information. Note that the location you specify isn t where issued certificates are stored; it s where the CA s own certificates are stored. Click Next.
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Part IV
Performing Advanced Tasks
Note If the computer acting as the Enterprise Root CA crashes and you lose the CA database, you must reissue every certificate. Consider this extra motivation to regularly back up your entire Windows Small Business Server installation. 6. Click Yes when prompted to stop Microsoft Internet Information Services. When prompted, insert the appropriate Windows Small Business Server 2003 CD or DVD and then click OK. The Windows Components Wizard completes the installation of Certificate Services. Click Finish when it s done.
Creating a Local Computer and Current User Certificates Console
To request computer and user certificates for client computers, first create a console on the client computer that displays the Certificates (Local Computer) and Certificates (Current User) snap-ins. To do so, complete the following steps: 1. On a client computer, click Start, choose Run, type mmc in the Open box and then click OK. This opens a blank Microsoft Management Console (MMC). 2. Choose Add/Remove Snap-In from the File menu. The Add/Remove Snap-In dialog box appears. 3. Click Add, and select Certificates in the Add Standalone Snap-In dialog box, and then click Add again. 4. In the Certificates Snap-In dialog box (Figure 15-11), select Computer Account, click Next, select Local Computer, and then click Finish.
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Figure 15-11.
The Certificates Snap-In dialog box.
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5. In the Add Standalone Snap-In dialog box, select Certificates again and click Add. The Certificates Snap-In dialog box appears. 6. Select My User Account and then click Finish. Click Close and then OK. This displays the MMC console with the two Certificates snap-ins. 7. Choose Save As from the File menu and then save this to a network share so that you can use the console from any computer on the network.
Requesting Computer and User Certificates
After creating a console that displays the Certificates (Local Computer) and Certificates (Current User) snap-ins, use the following steps to request and install computer and user certificates on a client computer. (But first join the computer to the domain, as described in 12.) 1. While connected to the network using a wired network connection, a wireless connection using 802.1X authentication with PEAP-MS CHAP v2, or an existing (PPTP) VPN connection, expand the Certificates (Local Computer) container, right-click Personal, choose All Tasks from the shortcut menu, and then choose Request New Certificate. 2. Click Next on the first page of the Certificate Request Wizard. Select Computer on the Certificate Types page (Figure 15-12), and then click Next.
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Figure 15-12. Requesting a new certificate for the local computer.
3. On the Certificate Friendly Name And Description page, type a friendly name and description for the certificate. Click Next and then Finish. Click OK in the dialog box that appears if the request was
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successful. A new certificate is then created in the Certificates (Local Computer)\Personal\Certificates folder. 4. Expand the Certificates (Current User) container, right-click Personal, choose All Tasks from the shortcut menu, and then choose Request New Certificate. 5. Click Next on the first page of the Certificate Request Wizard, select User on the Certificate Types page (Figure 15-13), and then click Next.
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Figure 15-13.
Requesting a new certificate for a user.
6. On the Certificate Friendly Name And Description page, type a friendly name and description for the certificate, click Next, and then click Finish. Click OK in the dialog box that appears if the request was successful. A new certificate is then created in the Certificates (Current User)\Personal\Certificates folder. 7. Just to be safe, expand the Trusted Root Certification Authorities container in either snap-in, select Certificates, and verify that the enterprise root CA that you created on the Windows Small Business Server computer appears in the list. (In our case, the enterprise root CA is Example Company Internal Certificate Authority.) Tip You can configure clients to automatically request computer certificates, install the trusted root certificate from the Windows Small Business Server, and receive the proper 802.11 settings by using Group Policy. This is the best way to deploy 802.1X authentication settings to clients once you ve tested the system. For information on how to do this, see the Using Group Policy to Automatically Configure 802.11 and Certificate Settings section later in this chapter.
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