000025903 - How to set up a CRL Distribution Point in a certificate during certificate manual approval

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Article Number000025903
Applies ToKeon Certificate Authority 6.5.1
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
CRL Distribution Point (CRLdp) certificate extension
IssueHow to set up a CRL Distribution Point in a certificate during certificate manual approval
CRLdp value must be configured manually during approval process
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The first steps involve taking note of what CA, Jurisdiction and certificate profile that you are currently using.  For example we start off with a system which does not have a CRL Distribution Point (CDP) currently configured:



 

 

 

In this example, we have:

 

            CA = Production1024

            Jurisdiction = Production1024?s Initial Jurisdiction

            Profile = SSL Server

 

So, we will modify the system such that certificates which this Jurisdiction issues have a CDP.

 

Select the workbench on the administration GUI, and then select to copy the profile we currently use:    

 

 

This will mean that we can always return to the original configuration.  Once you click ?Copy? you will be lead straight into a configuration page where you may select a radio Button to make a CDP mandatory for this type of certificate:

 

 

 

 

Then scroll to the bottom and press ?Save?.

 

Now, we can go any approve a certificate on the workbench.  As you work through the approval wizard you should start seeing the following, additional, questions for the vettor/approver to answer.

 

 



 



 



 



  



  

 

 The end result is that the generated certificate should have a CDP which (when viewed with the default Microsoft certificate viewer) like this:

 

 

  

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