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Windows Vista: Creating Custom Certificate

Creating custom certificate request in Windows Vista. When requesting certificates from a Windows 2000/2003 Enterprise Certification Authority, we will use one of the built-in certificate templates. Certificate Templates are used to tell the CA what information should be included in the issued certificate. For more information about certificate templates, please see the following:

Certificate Templates

Although certificate templates are very useful in typical enrollment scenarios, they are not very useful in situations where we have one time enrollment needs or we need to submit certificates to non-windows CA’s. In these scenarios we can use a utility called Certreq to generate the request, submit the request, and then retrieve the issued certificate. To generate a certificate request, we must use a template file (note: this is not the same as Certificate Templates discussed above, which are stored in Active Directory). Typically this template file will have an .inf extension. It will include the same information as an Active Directory certificate template but the big difference is the formatting.

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