My auto-enrollment policies for worked just fine. You will now see the Template available for use, directly from this snap-in. I managed to figure it out! Does it get the policy to auto enroll? Go to your Active Directory, select Applications and click Add. This is not a best practice, but it works well. Click on Sign In and enter your Intune service administrator credentials, or credentials for a tenant administrator with the Global Admin permissions. If everything completes and you get a a valid cert then I have no idea why auto-enrollment isn't working for you.
To do this, open the properties of the certificate template. Specify the installation destination and click Next. In our certificate template, the Purpose found on the Request Handling tab of the certificate template is configured for Signature and Encryption. Go back to the Default Web Site and select restart. We didn't want to do that considering we are still in the middle of migration with 40+ Domain controllers. If your templates are listed and your Windows 10 clients still aren't seeing them, then you are having a problem I haven't ever had, or read about before. I tried GetInnerRequest, but that doesn't work.
Next, we need to make the certificate available to computers. Could this be related to missing templates on the cert server? Once you have opened the directory, you then need to determine which of the files contained therein is associated with the certificate you wish to remove. I asked my question at Stackoverflow, i hope you can help me. . I am a Domain admin. I guess my question for this community is - What is different, when it comes to auto-enrolling for machine certs, in windows 10, apart from windows 7? Modify the Subject to fit your environment.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at Archived from groups: microsoft. Here is what the user was reporting when they attempted to enroll all screenshots are lab reproductions of the issue. I hope this helps someone out. Thanks, Hi Jawcontact, If I understood correctly, you are using server side code to request certificates on behalf of users. Click Next once the Microsoft Intune Connector Setup wizard has launched. However, when I try to enroll a cert on behalf of a user, the template does not show up. Though I kinda prefer the group policy publishing.
Give the policy a name, e. Login to with a Global Admin account. Please give any pointer to what could be the problem. Right click on Web Server, duplicate the template, and then select either template type, but I choose Windows Server 2003 Enterprise. Login to with a Global Admin account.
I will post back with results since this seems to not be a common issue. You can also increase the key size here as well, if you want. Click Add to add the properties to the certificate request. If you are interested in the full 15-part vCenter 5. The 2008 template gives you more options, and is required if you want to use Suite-B encryption algorithms like elliptical curve. It should have the value of 2048.
You do not have permission to view this type of certificate. If everything was successful, you should see a popup window saying Successfully enrolled. Click on Download Certificate Connector and save the ndesconnectorsetup. To do that you would open certsrv. Summary The goal of this document was to replace the non-exportable certificates and keys generated during the install of the Network Device Enrollment Service role with new certificates that are exportable. Click Yes to deploy the policy.
Regards, Alex Hi Alejacma, Actually we would use a server side to request certificate on behalf users but my web application cannot. It helped me a lot!. If I recall well, by default GetBytes strips all invalid Unicode characters from the string and only return valid chars. Thanks in advance for all your help so far. Perhaps the template being used by the user was different than what we were looking at. Frequent speaker at conferences and user groups.