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Re: NTFS default special permissions Sep 05 2007 03:43PM
Megan Kielman (megan kielman gmail com) (2 replies)
Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory Sep 06 2007 01:38PM
James D. Stallard (james leafgrove com) (4 replies)
RE: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory Sep 10 2007 04:46PM
James D. Stallard (james leafgrove com)
Re: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory Sep 06 2007 04:23PM
Christoph Gruber (list guru at)
Re: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory Sep 06 2007 04:11PM
ManInWhite (maninwhite tpg com au)
Why not try OpenCA LiveCD
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~deploypki/CA/OpenCA-LiveCD.html

Generate as many self signed certificates as you need. Install the CA
certificates on your client PCs/devices.

MiW

James D. Stallard wrote:
> I have a Windows Server 2003 R2 Active Directory and a Linux box running an
> application (called Collage) whose users I would like to authenticate
> against the AD. The application only supports TLS, so I need a certificate.
> However, I do not have the time on this job to properly design and deploy
> PKI, so I'm looking for a one-off solution.
>
> My questions are therefore:
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> . If I create a self-signed certificate (using SelfSSL.EXE from the IIS
> reskit), install it on a Domain Controller and export it, can I use that to
> authenticate my Linux application?
> . Is there a better way of achieving the same goal?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Cheers
>
> James
>
> James D. Stallard CITP
> Chief Technical Architect
> Leafgrove Limited
> Web: www.leafgrove.com
> LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jamesdstallard
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[ reply ]
RE: Authenticating with TLS against Active Directory Sep 06 2007 03:14PM
Depp, Dennis M. (deppdm ornl gov)
Re: NTFS default special permissions Sep 05 2007 04:00PM
Ansgar -59cobalt- Wiechers (bugtraq planetcobalt net)


 

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