How to export Root Certification Authority Certificate
This article describes how to export Root Certification Authority Certificate.
Applies to: Windows Server 2003
Original KB number: 555252
Requesting the Root Certification Authority Certificate by using command line:
Log into the Root Certification Authority server with Administrator Account.
Go to Start > Run. Enter the text Cmd and then select Enter.
To export the Root Certification Authority server to a new file name ca_name.cer, type:
certutil -ca.cert ca_name.cer
Requesting the Root Certification Authority Certificate from the Web Enrollment Site:
Log on to Root Certification Authority Web Enrollment Site.
Usually the Web Enrollment Site resides in the following links:
ip_address= Root Certification Authority Server IP.
fqdn= Fully qualified domain name of the Root Certification Authority Server.
Select Download a CA certificate, certificate chain, or CRL.
Select Download CA certificate.
Save the file "certnew.cer" in local disk store.
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