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Active Directory Certificate Services – Configuration (Windows Server 2012 R2)

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On the Credentials page, supply appropriate credentials and then click Next.


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On the Role Services page, select Certification Authority and then click Next.


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On the Setup Type page, select Enterprise CA and then click Next.


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On the Specify CA Type page, select Root CA and then click Next.


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On the Set Up Private Key page select Create a new private key and then click Next.


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Leave the defaults on the Configure Cryptography for CA page, and then click Next.


  • Important: CSP, Hash Algorithm and Key length must be selected to meet application compatibility requirements.

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On Configure CA Name page, enter Domain Root CA (ex. SC LAB Root CA) in the Common name for this CA field, and then click Next.


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On Set Validity Period page enter 10 Years, then select Next.


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Keep the default on the Configure Certificate Database page, and then click Next.


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On the Confirmation page, click Configure.


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Review the information on the Results page to verify that the installation is successful and then click Close.


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You now have Active Directory Certificate Services installed.


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