J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Windows certificates training course contents
Symmetric encryption, asymmetric encryption, authentication, digital signing, hashing, certificates, Certification Authorities, Root CA, Intermediate CA, policy CA, Issuing CA, Certificate Revocation Lists.
Hands on: Inspecting a certificate.
Policies and PKI
Security policy, certification policy.
Impact of CAs on Active Directory, CA architecture, number of tiers, issuing CA organisation, CA configuration files. CA security.
Hands on: CA installation PKI health tool, monitoring.
When to revoke, OCSP.
Hands on: Revoking certificates.
Discovery, validation, checks, revocation checking, certificate chains, certification publication.
Hands on: Event viewer.
Version 1, version 1, default, modifying templates.
Hands on: Template management.
Criteria roles, CA administrator, Certificate manager, Backup operator, Auditor. Other PKI management roles
Hands on: certutil.
The certificate enrolment process, enrolment methods, manual enrolment, automatic enrolment.
Trust between organisations
Creating Trust, CTLs, common root CA, cross certification, bridge CA.
Web servers and certificates
SSL encryption, certificate authentication.
Hands on: Web servers.
Hands on: Certificate deployment for VPN.
Hands on: 802.1X
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