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Unknown Identity 20.01.2011 12:42 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

Your solution guide is simply great. Helped me a lot. Thanks, Tezel

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Unknown Identity 28.12.2010 15:37 (GMT+2) Share management in PowerShell

THX for sharing this great utils. lp,J

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Unknown Identity 30.11.2010 17:18 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

Hello, >need the cert installed and imported using the MOMCertImport? You need the cert installed (and registred with MOMCertImport) on: 1. Gateway 2. Management server(s) that this gateway will communicate 3. Any agent that will communicate with your gateway without _kerberos_ trust (gateway and agent in one forest or in forests that have FULL forest trust). In short: you need certs on BOTH sides of communication channel if you can't use kerberos for this communications. Alexey Zhuravlev

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Unknown Identity 30.11.2010 09:37 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

Hello, Thanks for this great How To. The only question I have is around what server, other than the Gateway, need the cert installed and imported using the MOMCertImport? For example, I have one gateway server, one management server and one RMS. Do I need to install the cert and then use MOMCertImport on the Management server and the RMS? Thanks, Tom

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Unknown Identity 22.11.2010 21:34 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

If you use my guide, you don't need to create exportable private key. Many (even official) guides assume that certificate request is generated on domain computer or on the CA server. In that case to export you must mark private key as exportable. However my guide requires to generate certificate request on the *target* machine. Therefore you don't need to move private key anywhere and 'Exportable = True' is not necessary.