Vadims Podans
Vadims Podans 27.01.2012 21:19 (GMT+3) Moving Online Responder (OCSP) to custom Web URL

If you check OCSP location in web browser, you should recieve HTTP500 error, this is expected behavior, because OCSP service is based on a custom ISAPI handler.

bollo007 27.01.2012 18:23 (GMT+3) Moving Online Responder (OCSP) to custom Web URL

Hi Vadims, thanks for this workaround. Everything work fine excepts the GET-Requests (Opera only supports GET-Requests). So when I configure the Default Website in the AIA-Extension ( the GET-Request is handled by the OCSP-Responder but when I change the AIA-Extension to a custom website ( and do all the settings you described above, the OCSP-Responder returns a "Internal Server Error 500" after the GET-Request. I traced the communication and couldn't figure it out, why I get this error. Any suggestions? Thanks. bollo007

Vadims Podans
Vadims Podans 26.01.2012 16:13 (GMT+3) How to add FQDN to HP iLO request

Unfortunately � no. Because it requires to allow SAN passing as attribute (that is disabled by default), that is unsafe.

Alberto de_la_Torre
Alberto de_la_Torre 26.01.2012 08:58 (GMT+3) How to add FQDN to HP iLO request

Isn't it far easier to just add the san info to the certreq command line. Example: certreq -submit -attrib "CertificateTemplate:HPilo\nSAN:dns=ilo" ilo-veeam.req.txt

Frank Peter Schultze
Frank Peter Schultze 19.01.2012 19:16 (GMT+3) Share management in PowerShell

Thanks for sharing shareutils. There's an issue with AllowMaximum (default $true), and MaximumAllowed (default 0). If I leave the default settings in order to allow maximum connection with the share, the script will create the share with 0 allowed connections. (Tested on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2) As a workaround I replaced each $ShareInfo.MaximumAllowed with $(if (!($ShareInfo.AllowMaximum)) {$ShareInfo.MaximumAllowed}) But, this approach is not perfect because it's not possible to toggle between allow maximum and allow a fixed number.