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    Default Anyone else dislike working with certificates?

    I love everything about this exam except for certificates. The only time I ever work with certificates is Exchange OWA. I never realized how much you can do with them. Gave me a few ideas for work actually. Anyway, back to studying.


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    If you mean x509 certificates - that's a great technology solution which I sometimes wish more IT folks understand better.
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    I used to dislike PKI but after digging around and getting used to things I really started to enjoy certificates. The only negative thing I have about them is the process of obtaining a certificate request. Although in Server 2008 this process is much easier but in 2003 its a pain in the neck sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by higherho View Post
    I used to dislike PKI but after digging around and getting used to things I really started to enjoy certificates. The only negative thing I have about them is the process of obtaining a certificate request. Although in Server 2008 this process is much easier but in 2003 its a pain in the neck sometimes.
    Yup, that's what I meant. It's just so cumbersome, time consuming, and prone to failure (either system or user) because so many variables are involved e.g. server role, group policy, iis, permissions, etc..
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