PKI (SSL certificate)


I am working on a project which scope is to provide our PKI (SSL encryption) services to about 20 applications my company just acquired through a merger.

I am creating a checklist which l will give to the application owners to answer the questions.

The questions below are Yes/No questions. Could you all please assist me in providing follow-up questions if the initial response is YES to each question?

Does your application need Active Directory Service account? (Yes/N0)

If Yes, follow-up questions -----

Does your application need Active Directory Security Groups?

Does your application need Certificates (internal/external)?

Does your application need elevated privileges to your Servers?

Does your application need federation (SSO, ADFS, SAML, WS-Trust)?

Does your application need Service Principle Name (SPN)?

Does your application need Kerberos delegation?

Does your application need Domain Name Servers (DNS - internal/external)?

Does your application need custom Active Directory group policy
(Security policies, Desktop Policies, AD DLP, etc.)?

Does your application need Active Directory Organizational Unit (OU)?

Your input is greatly appreciated

Achu Ateh

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Odd forum choice.

Given the quick demise of W8 I'm unsure why you posted this here.

Anyhow, you should run this by your Cx0 to see what they think.

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You are correct

I definitely made a mistake in using this forum. I will post in the correct forum.

While disregarding the forum, could you be of help in answering the questions?

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The forums do not allow surveys like that.

So you may want to choose forums that do surveys.

As to your questions, your CxO is my choice to see if you have a good set of questions.

Post was last edited on January 17, 2017 1:19 PM PST

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