Using Windows Server CA for Simian

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ke...@dwolla.com

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Jun 6, 2017, 11:53:49 AM6/6/17
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Hi Everyone,
  I'm setting up Simian for our org, and I'm at the point I need to upload the certificates to Simian from the admin config page.  We have a current root CA hosted on Windows Server 2012 R2, so I was hoping to use that existing infrastructure for Simian.  Every machine also gets a certificate when bound to AD and for Radius, so I was hoping to be able to use those as the client certificates for Simian.



I'm guessing that server private key will be one I generate on the Windows Server for Simian.  The CA Public Cert is a copy of the Windows Server Root Certificate, and the server public certificate is one I generate for the simian server.

I'm not an expert with how certificates work and I'm not very experienced with certificates on Windows Server, so I was hoping someone could offer me some directions for how to do this.

Thanks.
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