I am finding problems when trying to install a certificate to my ACS 4.2 (on Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition SP1 - English version). The certificate was enrolled from a Windows Certificate Authority (running on Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition SP2 -english version).
The enrollment process was normal, and the certificate was installed on the local storage in the final step of the enrollment process ("The certificate you requested was issued to you": "Install this certificate" -> Your new certificate has been successfully installed).
But when I want ACS to acknowledge and install this certificate, an error message appears (System Configuration -> ACS Certificate Setup -> Install ACS Certificate -> Use certificate from storage):
"Certificate configuration error: Cannot find certificate with specified common name in the ACS storage"
1. ¿What would the right storage be for the certificate? I would have expected that the successful message I received when I installed it shoud have been enough proof that the cert was properly located in the right storage within the machine. I will ask the server administrator to start the mmc and let me know whether he is able to see the cert in any storage, and let you know as soon as possible.
2. Yes, the cert´s CN name is exactly the same I have been trying (without success) to use in ACS to make it recognize the new certificate recently installed.
We can instal the ceritifcate in ACS using opton "Use certificate from storage" and providing the valid CN name. As an option we can also use "Select Certificate From Storage" and choose a ceritifcate from the drop down list. I just want to understand if we must select the "Select Certificate From Storage" option or is it just an option. Along the same lines how is the drop down list populated?
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