Has anyone set up a UCSM and UCSC both with 3rd party certificates? (using Microsoft Certificate Server) UCSC = UCS Central
In the documentation, it says that one needs to create a certificate with the usage "certificate signing". One has to create the new cert for UCSC with the template "subordinate certification authority".
So if I understand that correctly, then we basically create a new Sub CA, just for UCSC. Is that correct?
Does anyone know more details about that?
What are the implications of doing that? The customer is a bit anxious about that. Is it no problem at all or is it necessary to involve a MS expert for proper setup and configuration regarding all the rest of the PKI?
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