Tag: 2008 R2

Howto disable SSL 2.0 on a Windows Server 2008 or 2008 R2

There is a severe security breach in the old SSL 2.0, which enables people with bad intend to perform man-in-the-middel attacks among other. Fortunatly all newer Browsers and clients use SSL 3.0 or TLS 1.0 which avoids the use of SSL 2.0. But to make sure your servers dosn’t even present the opportunity of SSL 2.0 (or older protocols) you have to disable them on the servers manually (if you have many servers you couldLearn More

Unable to request certificate on Windows XP from your own CA (Certificate Authority)

If you’re installing a new Certificate Authority based on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 your might encounter a problem related where your computeres running Windows XP aren’t able to request nor auto-enroll a certificate from your CA. When you try to manually request the certificate you get an error saying: “Unable to complete the request”, “Cannot find the requested object.” Similar message can be found in the Eventviewer. If you look inLearn More

Setting up a windows server 2008 as a time reliable timeserver using NTP

Some people have been complaining about, Microsoft decided to end support for SNTP in Windows 2008R2 and also ended the opportunity to set up time using NET TIME Well hopefully this post gets you back on track, with a newer more robust solution, which is also more secure than the old methods. First of all the new tool is w32tm, and below is an example of how to setup one of your DCs (More to follow)Learn More

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