000022565 - How to minimize vettor interaction with Certificate Policies extension in RSA Certificate Manager

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Article Number000022565
Applies ToRSA Certificate Manager 6.6
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1
Sun Solaris 2.8
IssueHow to minimize vettor interaction with Certificate Policies extension in RSA Certificate Manager
Unable to configure the Certificate Policies extension to have minimal action when approving a certificate. Unable to set a default for a drop-down menu selection.
ResolutionTo minimize vettor interaction with Certificate Policies extension, use the following in the certificate profile:

{
  name : 'Certificate Policies',
  type : 'mandatory',
  critical : {
    def : false,
    editable : false,
    visible : false,
    type : 'mandatory'
  },
  policies : {
    def : 1,
    min : 1,
    max : 10,
    visible : false,
    editable : false,
    type : 'mandatory',
    elements : [
      {
        policyIdentifier : {
          def : '1.2.840.113549.5.6.1',
          editable : false,
          visible : false,
          type : 'mandatory'
        },
        policyQualifiers : {
          def : 1,
          min : 0,
          max : 10,
          visible : false,
          editable : false,
          type : 'mandatory',
          elements : [
            {
              policyQualifierId : {
                def : '1.3.6.1.5.5.7.2.1',
                editable : false,
                visible : false,
                type : 'mandatory'
              },
              qualifier : {
                def : 'cPSuri',
                value : {
                  def : 'http://csupdate.acme.com/sa/CA_CPS.pdf',
                  editable : false,
                  visible : false,
                  type : 'mandatory'
                }
              }
            }
          ]
        }
      }
    ]
  }
}
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