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Wizard cannot be started

 
 
Carsten Cramer
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      07-03-2006
Hi,
I installed a 2Tier Enterprice-CA Infrastructure (RootCA,
Policy/IssuningCA). Everything seems to be OK. Necessary Objects withing
Sites&Services, ACLs, CDP, Certificate Chain,... PKIView tells everything to be ok.

Enrolling a Computer or User Certificate with MMC Certificate Requiest Wizard I
recieve the following Error:

The wizard cannot be started because of one or more of the following
conditions:
- There are no trusted CA's available
- You do not have the permissions to request certificates from the available
CAs
- The available CAs issue certificate for which you do not have permissions

I checked the TCP Trace and I actually don't now why it doesn't work. The Client
has the compete Public key chain in its lokal store, connects the DC and
recieves all the necessary information (Templeates, CA-Host information, a.s.o.).
Where is the hook?
 
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