Welcome to my site! This is my homepage, feel free to browse about while my new website gets constructed.
This site is an update to my old site. Some highlights:
1) Runs on a VM! (More redundant storage)
2) Updated to the latest n greatest WordPress.
3) Easy dynamic content.
Old Site is completely gone as of recently. A recent power outage caused the router hosting the site to stop mounting the USB it resided on. I haven’t yet been able or bothered (haha) to recover it.
1) Runs on a Router.
2) Old firmware, but reliable (well it’s still running, the site contents USB failed).
3) Static Content, self coded.
This new site is under construction as of Jan 8, 2018.
Proper Home button navigation.
Spelling and grammar corrections.
Added Categories, created menus option for it.
Migrated 2014,2015 and 2016 blogs from NanoBlogger.
Intro Continuing on from my source blog post. In this case he goes on to install and configure the role to be a subordinate enterprise CA. But what do you do if you already deployed an Enterprise Root CA? I’m going to go off a hunch and that something gets applied into AD somewhere to present …
Installing an Offline Root CA Nothing special here, run through the windows installer as usual. Source Configure VM with hardware settings as specified, Boot option EFI, Remove Floppy Device, attach Windows Server 2016 ISO, and connect at boot. Boot VM Server 2016, US English, Next, Install Now, Server 2016 Datacenter (Desktop Experience), Accept EULA, custom, …
One way: Open Certificates Snap-in from Remote Management computer. Connect to remote computers Machine store (Core-IIS). Right click the Personal Store object (folder) -> All tasks -> Advanced Operations -> Create Custom Request… Pick Enrollment Policy (Custom Request for 3rd Party CAs) I have internal CA, So I picked AD Enrollment Policy. Template – Web …
Who am I?!
I am….. Aemilianus Kehler!!!