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CA Availability and Configuration

Updated: June 24, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Health Registration Authority (HRA) must be associated with one or more certification authority (CA) servers. These CA servers must be configured to provide health certificates when HRA issues a request on behalf of a compliant Network Access Protection (NAP) client computer. CA servers can also be configured to allow HRA to manage the CA database.

If the HRA or CA server configuration is not correct, or if CA servers are not responding, compliant NAP client computers will be unable to acquire health certificates and their network access might be restricted.

Events

Event ID Source Message

8

HRA

The Health Registration Authority is mis-configured or can not read its configuration, stopping Health Registration Authority. See the Health Registration Authority administrator for more information.

9

HRA

The Health Registration Authority was unable to acquire a certificate for request with the correlation-id %1 at %2 (principal: %3). Discarding the request. The Certificate Server %4 denied the request with the following error: %5 (%6). See the Certificate Server administrator for more information.

10

HRA

The Health Registration Authority was unable to acquire a certificate for request with the correlation-id %1 at %2 (principal: %3).
The Certificate Server %4 denied the request with the following error: %6 (%7).
This failure was possibly due to a network related issue. The request will be discarded if no other certificate servers are available.
This server will not be tried again for %5 minutes.
See the Certificate Server administrator for more information.

29

HRA

Microsoft Health Registration Authority denied the certificate request with the correlation-id %1 at %2 for (principal: %3).
Either no certificate servers are configured or the certificate servers that are configured are not available.
Contact the Health Registration Authority for more information

30

HRA

The Health Registration Authority was unable to connect to the Certification Authority to remove expired records.
The Certification Authority %1 denied the request with the following error: %2.
Contact the Certification Authority administrator to check the permissions and for more information.%3

Related Management Information

HRA Backbone Services

NAP Infrastructure

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