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Azure Key Vault - Certificate Authorities

Does Azure Key Vault allow you to use your own on prem Certificate Authority or does it have to be a public one such as Digicert? If it does allow you to use on prem CA's is there documentation on how this would be setup?

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Hi,

Looks like it doesn't support an on-premise Certificate Authority (CA) as of today, but non-partnered providers/authorities are allowed.

There's a uservoice feedback about allowing an on-premise CA for Azure Key Vault over here:
https://feedback.azure.com/forums/906355-azure-key-vault/suggestions/36416761-active-directory-certificate-service-as-external-c

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Best regards,
Leon

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