Windows Server 2019: Active Directory Certificate Services

Windows Server 2019: Active Directory Certificate Services
Windows Server 2019: Active Directory Certificate Services
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 32m | 190 MB

Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) allows workstations, servers, and applications to establish trust within an Active Directory forest without the cost of third-party certificates like TLS. This course shows how the AD CS role can be used to verify identity, encrypt communication, and establish trust in a Windows Server 2019 environment. Instructor Scott Burrell dissects the anatomy of a certificate and shows how to configure a public key infrastructure (PKI) in your own domain. He covers multiple ways to manually and automatically issue certificates and revoke certificates when they’re no longer needed via a certificate revocation list.

Topics include:

  • Identifying trusted certificate authorities
  • Breaking down the anatomy of a certificate
  • Installing and configuring AD CS
  • Backing up and recovering AD CS
  • Creating and publishing certificate templates
  • Enforcing certificate enrollment with AD Group Policy
  • Creating an enrollment agent
  • Configuring web-based certificate enrollment
  • Revoking certificates
Table of Contents

1 Extablishing trust with certificates
2 Things you should know

Certificates and Trust
3 The purpose of a certificate
4 Trusted certificate authorities
5 Anatomy of a certificate
6 Security properties of certificates

Public Key Infrastructure
7 The hierarchy of AD CS
8 Installing certificate services
9 Configuring a root authority
10 Configuring subordinate authorities
11 Backup and recovery of AD CS
12 Trusting your root CA

Managing Certificate Templates
13 Built-in vs. custom templates
14 Creating templates for AD
15 Security of a certificate template
16 Publishing certificate templates

Managing Issued Certificates
17 GPO for issuing certificates
18 Manual certificate enrollment
19 Using enrollment agents
20 Installing a Web enrollment server
21 Using a web enrollment server
22 Managing CRL distribution points
23 Using online responders
24 Configuring online responders

25 Next steps