I've a ASA5505 that I'm configuring to accept Clientless SSL VPN remote connections. Each user attempting to connect must have a client certificate matching their user name. 2nd factor in the authenication process is the user account/pwsd in our Active Directory.
I have a CA (W2k8), that I'll use to issue the client certificates with. I thought I'd issue a certificate for the clientless web site, too, but I don't know how to generate the request.
I'm running ASDM 6.4(9), and ASA version 8.4(4)1.There isn't much helpful information in the Certificate Management configuration section. I assume I need an entry for CA Certificates, but don't really understand what for, nor how to add them. And I assume I'll need an entry in the Identity Certificates, but again, I don't know how.
So far I haven't found helpful documentation on the whole process. Can someone point me in the proper direction?
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