A driver has been installed in my CA server so it will properly give Certificates to cisco devices (according to microsoft), and in the Certificates console in this server I can see that a new valid certificate has been issued to mi PIX when the procedure is followed.
The problem is that at the time that I want to enroll the Certificate the following error appears in the PIX console:
PIX(config)# ca enroll cert_name password
% No CA root cert exists. Use "ca authenticate"
and the command "sh ca certificates" shows nothing of course...
And I can't get past this step... so I don't know if this kind of VPN will work, has any body tried using this configuration (win2k client to pix using Microsoft Certificates)???
the PIX has accepted the certificated and got enrolled.
I had a typo, i was entering:
> ca configure cert_name "ca" 10 3 crloptional
and it should be:
> ca configure cert_name "ra" 10 3 crloptional
Now the problem is in the side of the client, I can't make it work. I saw a message in this forum in which a link to configure the win2k-native-client was posted, but i can't find it again. Do you know the link? or any other that could help? and of course... the answer of gfullage was accurate and solved the initial problem, should I rate it now? or could I go on with this message and clear all other doubts ;)
As for your rating question, you can rate the answer whenever you like. Some people rate each answer they get, nothing wrong with that, some rate just the last answer, most don't rate anything, it's entirely up to you.
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