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Old 05-19-2009, 07:57 AM   #1
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CDP (CRL Distribution Point) problem in issued certificate while implementing PKI

Hello Members,

I am trying to implement PKI in Fedora 9 and I am able to issue a certificate to requested user of linux. But there is no CDP in issued certificates.

Please help me how can I add CDPs in issued certificates...
I also tryed to change openssl.cnf file presented in /etc/pki/tls directory..
Old 05-21-2009, 01:35 AM   #2
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I made some modifications openssl.cnf file presented in /etc/pki/tls directory in lines approximate at 210 in 'user_cert' field and now I am getting CDP points in issued user certificate.

Please reply me that Am I going correct or there is any other way of doing it?

Also reply me if any body else is facing same problem or he is trying to implement PKI in Linux...


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