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Setting up certificates on ISA 2006 - 21.Jun.2007 10:55:25 PM   


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I have setup ISA 2006 in an array, which is not on a domain.  I have also setup a standalone CA to use for this implementation. 

I have published Sharepoint using port 80 which is working fine. 

I need to setup the certificates through ISA now, to enable SSL, but I cannot find good directions on how this is accomplished. 

I watched the Microsoft walk through, but this seems to be only using a Enterprise Root CA, which has different options than a standalone CA. 

Can someone please help me? 

Thank you very much. 
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RE: Setting up certificates on ISA 2006 - 28.Jun.2007 10:20:18 AM   


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Why not install an Enterprise Root CA?



Thomas W Shinder, M.D.

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RE: Setting up certificates on ISA 2006 - 16.Aug.2007 7:20:06 AM   


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I have to set up quite a few of these scenarios and where available or applicable I always use an enterprise CA?

Yes there are obviously differences between stand alone CA's and Enterprise CA's, but do you know why you want to use a Stand Alone? What's your reason, and by this I mean what's your reason? Not just because you read in a KB article? There must be some justification on your part to deploy a CA in a particular manner.

I would as no doubt Tom would tell you to as well setup the array as Domain Members.

Yes there are microsoft articles that suggest being in a workgroup is better for security, but you find some very thorough reasoning on this site and some others over why domain membership actually provides a better security model for your ISA servers.

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