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    Default (70-640) X.509 client certificate mapping

    Hi all,

    Under the skills measured for the new 70-640, one of the Certificate Services skills is X.509 client certificate mapping. Does any one happen to have a decent resource about the subject? I've done a Google search, but I can't really come up with anything specific to 2008 R2. Or if someone had a really good explanation themselves I'd be all ears.

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    That updated skills measured is straight from Microsoft but from the certificate services section of the technet article changes in functionality to server 2008 R2 it doesn't mention that anything really new went on with mapping just enrollment across forests.
    What's New in Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) in Windows Server 2008 R2 Thsi may or may not be what you need. MS may have just added that objective section and it may not be new for R2, you can never tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by earweed View Post
    That updated skills measured is straight from Microsoft but from the certificate services section of the technet article changes in functionality to server 2008 R2 it doesn't mention that anything really new went on with mapping just enrollment across forests.
    What's New in Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) in Windows Server 2008 R2 Thsi may or may not be what you need. MS may have just added that objective section and it may not be new for R2, you can never tell.
    Ah, that might explain the Technet article I found for Windows 2000 then
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