The magic number is a value that states when CRLs will be processed over OCSP, specifically it is when the total number of cached OCSP responses from a single OCSP responder URL on behalf of a single certificate authority will stop performing OCSP and start processing CRLs. This will occur if the number of cached…

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Today we are announcing a new feature for our Online PKI Assessment portal. Our portal offers the world’s first, on-demand, self-paced assessment of Microsoft ADCS based PKIs. Utilizing our proprietary automated data collection tools, you can quickly scan and collect configuration details from your PKI and receive an assessment online – all at your convenience…

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Today I’m starting a series of blog posts where I will explore new features we have added to PowerShell PKI module, version 3.7. First post is dedicated to security descriptors. Major changes in PSPKI Within PSPKI module, we had an ability to manage security descriptors (access control lists) for Certification Authority can certificate template objects.…

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PKI Solutions is excited to announce that we are giving away a complimentary Online PKI Assessment to two winners!  It’s our way of sharing our great new tool that is revolutionizing the way organizations assess and remediate their PKI. All on-demand by leveraging our automated process. When was the last time you performed a health…

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Hello everyone, today is a second post in OCSP server management in Windows PowerShell. First blog post in the series was about OCSP server management. Today, I will discuss about Online Responder revocation configuration management using Windows PowerShell. Intro Every single Microsoft Online Responder is capable to provide certificate status for multiple different certification authorities.…

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