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The wizard cannot be started because of one or more of the following conditions: -There are no trusted certification authorities (CAs) available -You do not have the permissions to request certificates from the available CAs. -The available CAs issue certificates for which you do not have permissions. I'm have Enterprise/Domain ...

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  1. #1

    Certificate Request Wizard

    The wizard cannot be started because of one or more of the following
    conditions:
    -There are no trusted certification authorities (CAs) available
    -You do not have the permissions to request certificates from the available
    CAs.
    -The available CAs issue certificates for which you do not have permissions.

    I'm have Enterprise/Domain Admin rights, I have just installed an Enterprise
    CA. I'm using the Certificate Request Wizard trying to get a cert for a
    server. I initiated the wizard from the Certificates Snap-in (local
    computer), expanded Personal, right click on Certificated> All Task and
    Request certificate.

    I can't find out why I'm getting this error.

    Thanks
    -C-


    Charlie
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    Re: Certificate Request Wizard

    Charlie,

    Did you try to request the certificate using a web form
    (http://cert_server/CertSrv) -- replace cert_server with name of your CA
    server?

    Can you also provide some additional information about your setup:
    * is this Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 CA
    * is your domain Windows 2000 or Windows 2003

    If you just setup your enterprise CA, you might want to wait a bit for AD to
    replicate new information.

    Mike

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    Re: Certificate Request Wizard

    AD is 2000 however member server of which I'm trying to get a cert on is
    2003, When I installed the Enterprise CA I didn't have IIS installed so
    there is no http://servername/certsrv . I guess I can uninstall CA and
    reinstalled. I installed the CA on a DC

    Let me try re-installing the CA with IIS installed and try to get the
    certificate via WEB.

    Thanks

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    Charlie
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    Re: Certificate Request Wizard

    If you have AD 2000 and you installed CA 2003 (enterprise setup --
    integrated into AD), you should first upgrade the schema to Windows 2003.
    You can do this by inserting CD from Windows 2003 server into Schema master
    and running adprep /forestprep.

    If you decide to do this make sure that you run into problem described here:

    Windows Server 2003 adprep /forestprep Command Causes Mangled Attributes in
    Windows 2000 Forests That Contain Exchange 2000 Servers
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;314649&Product=winsvr2003

    Mike

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