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Manual Certificate Enrollment via FIM 2010 Certificate Management

January 29, 2011

This video demonstration shows how to use FIM 2010 Certificate Management to request and issue an SSL certificate. The solution shown in this demo is created to satisfy the following requirements:

  • SSL certificates must be approved by RA Manager.
  • Simplify the enrollment process and remove guessing from the subscriber.
  • Certificate Subject name must be in Geopolitical format, such as: cn=hostname, ou=devices, o=adatum, c=us
  • SubjectAltName extension must have actual name(s) for the URL the cert will be used for.
  • SubjectAltName must also include subscriber e-mail address.

Please watch this video in Full screen and in HD for higher quality and better user experience. Let me know if you have any questions.

If you would like to know how to build solution shown in this demonstration then stay tuned, because Iā€™m going to show you in step-step video demonstration how to do just that. 

10 Comments
  1. marcus permalink

    Thanks for the demo…this was exactly what i was looking for. Time to setup FIM CM in lab šŸ™‚

    • I’m glad you found it useful.

      • Anthony Rusonik permalink

        Great video. Am I correct to think that the process and approval workflow agents would be architecturally the same for an end-user SmartCard request as for the WebServer cert?

  2. Jake Turner permalink

    7 years later this demo is still very, very useful. I just finished standing up a MIM 2016 CM and this demo pretty much what I used to build it. Awesome job Dmitrii!!!

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