02 Mei 2012 16:00
My problem is I am trying to give a folder that I just created full control to 'Certificate Service DCOM Access' on my workstation. I do not have this feature is installed on my workstation. My workstation has has a windows 7 professional operating system on it.
Basically I am trying to setup my workstation like the production IIS 7 server is setup. Basically I want to make enhancements to a C# 2010 web application and deploy the changes to my workstation. I want my workstation to act like production so that I can see problems before I put the changes actually into production. My workstation has a windows 7 professional operating system on it.
I want to use the 'Certificate Service DCOM Access' since the production IIS 7 server uses it.
Basically I do not know what the 'Certificate Service DCOM Access' user is for and where to obtain in from.
Thus I am hoping you can tell me and/or point me to urls that will help me.
- Diedit oleh wendy elizabeth 02 Mei 2012 20:12
04 Mei 2012 6:10Moderator
Base on my research,
More information about certificate services, please see:
In Windows Server 2008 R2 the name of Certificate Services is changed to Active Directory Certificate Services.
Active Directory Certificate Services Step-by-Step Guide, please see:
As Certificate Services is a feature in Windows Server, in order to get the answer effectively, it is recommended to post a new question in the Windows Server Forums for further discussion.
Regarding to IIS 7 server setup, I suggest contact the IIS Support.
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- Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh wendy elizabeth 09 Mei 2012 13:42