Microsoft Windows 2003/2008 (IIS 5.x/6.x)

Generate Certificate Signing Request for Windows 2003/2008

This document is only for advanced users who prefer a command shell to graphical user interface.

Save the following file as request.inf on your server editing the subject according to the comment:
;----------------- request.inf -----------------

Signature="$Windows NT$"

Change to your,country code, company name and common name:
Subject = "C=US, O=Acme Safe Co,"
KeySpec = 1

KeyLength = 2048

; Can be 2048, 4096, 8192, or 16384.

Exportable = TRUE

MachineKeySet = TRUE

SMIME = False

PrivateKeyArchive = FALSE

UserProtected = FALSE

UseExistingKeySet = FALSE

ProviderName = "Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider"

ProviderType = 12

RequestType = PKCS10

KeyUsage = 0xa0


OID= ; this is for Server Authentication / Token Signing

Then run:
c:\>certreq -new request.inf request.csr This will generate your csr. When submitting the csr select Microsoft IIS 5.x and 6.x REGARDLESS OF THE VERSION YOU ARE ACUTALLY RUNNING. When your certificate is issued you'll receive a file called store_acmesafe_com.cer. Save it on the server and from the same directory run:
C:\>certreq -accept store_acmesafe_com.cer This will install the cert in the Windows certificate store and it will be available in IIS, MMC, Exchange, LDAP/Active Directory etc.

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