In fact, you have three possibilities: Domain Controller (Windows Server 2000) Domain Controller Authentication (Windows Server 2003) Kerberos Authentication (Windows Server 2008 and above) This explanation comes from Russell Tomkins a Microsoft Premier Field Engineer in a very good post which you can find here: Creating Custom Secure LDAP Certificates for Domain Controllers with Auto … Continue reading Which certificate template should I use for Domain Controllers
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When you install a SCOM certificate for a standalone server or a gateway, you may get the following error: To solve this issue: 1. Copy the computer name from the error message 2. Paste it into the Subject attribute of your Certificate Request 3. Paste it also into the Subject Alternate Name section. Please note … Continue reading [Solved] SCOM error 20052 : the Subject name on the certificate does not match the local computer name
Problem When you submit a certificate request you get the following error message: Certificate not issued (Denied) Denied by Policy Module The DNS name is unavailable and cannot be added to the Subject Alternate name. 0x8009480f Certificate Request Processor: The DNS name is unavailable and cannot be added to the Subject Alternate name. 0x8009480f (-2146875377) … Continue reading [Solved] 0x8009480f The DNS name is unavailable and cannot be added to the Subject Alternate name
Open the Certification Authority console Right-click the Certificate Templates folder and select Manage.
You may encounter the following error message: Usually, this just means that your certificate template has not been published. If you don't know how to publish a certificate template, have a look at my other post.