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Server Certificates Page

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

Use the Server Certificates feature page to view the names of certificates, the fully qualified domain names (FQDNs) of hosts to which certificates have been issued, and the FQDNs of the servers that issued the certificates.

UI Element List

The following tables describe the UI elements that are available on the feature page and in the Actions pane.

Feature Page Elements

 

Element Name Description

Name

Displays the names of certificates that have been issued to clients that are running on either Internet or intranet hosts.

noteNote
Certificates are not required to have names. You may have to view other columns to obtain information about certificates.

Issued To

Displays the FQDNs of either the Internet or intranet hosts to which certificates have been issued.

Issued By

Displays the FQDNs of servers that have issued certificates to clients that are running on either Internet or intranet hosts.

Expiration Date

Displays the date that the certificate expires.

Certificate Hash

Displays binary data produced by using a hashing algorithm. Although this data uniquely identifies a certificate, the hash data cannot be used to trace a certificate because hashing is a one-way process.

Actions Pane Elements

 

Element Name Description

Import

Opens the Import Certificate dialog box to restore a lost or damaged certificate that you previously backed up, or to install a certificate sent to you by another user or certification authority (CA).

Create Certificate Request

Opens the Distinguished Name Properties Wizard page to provide information about your organization to an external certification authority.

Complete Certificate Request

Opens the Complete Certificate Request dialog box to install the certificates that you receive from your certification authority.

Create Domain Certificate

Opens the Distinguished Name Properties Wizard page to provide information about your organization to an internal certification authority.

Create Self-Signed Certificate

Opens the Create Self-Signed Certificate dialog box to create certificates to use in server testing environments and for troubleshooting third-party certificates.

View

Opens the Certificate dialog box so that you can view details about a certificate. You must select a certificate to see this option.

Export

Opens the Export Certificate dialog box to export certificates from a source server when you want to apply the same certificate to a target server, or when you want to back up a certificate and its associated private key. You must select a certificate to see this option.

Remove

Removes the item that is selected from the list on the feature page. You must select a certificate to see this option.

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