SSL Client certificate in IIS 6.0. Different root CAs?


J

Jem

Hi,
I have an IIS 6.0 server with root certificates signed by Entrust.
I have an internal CA which I use to generate internal certificates.

I am setting the IIS 6.0 server to require Client Certificates which
means that I will need to supply Client Cerificates as part of the SSL
handshake.

So my question is:
I plan to use my internal CA to authenticate the client certificate.
I add the client root certificate into the Trusted Root Certification
Authorities on the Server

Is this sufficient?
Do I need to install the client certificate itself onto the IIS
server?

Many thanks,
Jeremy
 
T

Tony Toews

I have an IIS 6.0 server with root certificates signed by Entrust.
I have an internal CA which I use to generate internal certificates.
You have an excellent question however this newsgroup is meant for
Microsoft Access (the rapid applcation database development tool)
security questions.

Tony
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D

David-W-Fenton

m:
I have an IIS 6.0 server with root certificates....
Er, this is not a forum for IIS questions, but for Microsoft Access
questions.
 

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