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Vadims Podāns 13.11.2019 10:32 (GMT+2) Managing Online Responders (OCSP) with PowerShell (part 2)

> when i trying to check certs from F5 - i have error "no responder"

You need to consult with F5 documentation or contact F5 support.

p.s. it is not recommended to instal OCSP on CA server.

Dmitry
Dmitry 13.11.2019 10:25 (GMT+2) Managing Online Responders (OCSP) with PowerShell (part 2)

Hi. I had installed OCSP resronder on Enterprise sub-ca

All work correct, but when i trying to check certs from F5 - i have error "no responder" 

From windows os check by cert util work correct. 

 

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Vadims Podāns 04.11.2019 13:04 (GMT+2) 34 PKI & ADCS Whitepapers You Must Read

What do you mean under "other CA programs"? You mean other CA software such as EJBCA, XCA, and other? Most of documents are related to ADCS implementation specifics, so unlikely will be suitable for other CA types. Though, some documents explain questions that are CA-independent (which are common to any CA software), such as Best Practices for Implementing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Public Key Infrastructure and Securing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

Joseph
Joseph 04.11.2019 12:35 (GMT+2) 34 PKI & ADCS Whitepapers You Must Read

Hello, 

Thank you for the efforts you put in writing these blog posts, just a small question; are these docs restricted to running a CA with ADCS or can you use them when administrating other CA programs?

Austin
Austin 01.11.2019 20:04 (GMT+2) How to add FQDN to HP iLO request

Thanks for the tips, but since I am not a big script guy. How do you put this together to to add the IP in a complete script?