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Unknown Identity 22.11.2010 21:34 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

If you use my guide, you don't need to create exportable private key. Many (even official) guides assume that certificate request is generated on domain computer or on the CA server. In that case to export you must mark private key as exportable. However my guide requires to generate certificate request on the *target* machine. Therefore you don't need to move private key anywhere and 'Exportable = True' is not necessary.

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Unknown Identity 18.11.2010 01:17 (GMT+2) Certificate Enrollment for System Center Operations Manager Agent

Your template for generating the certificate request is missing the Exportable = True setting. I spent hours trying to figure out what was going wrong. It came down to the request not stating that the public key would be exportable later on. Here is what you should have for a template file: [NewRequest] Subject="CN=" Exportable=TRUE KeyLength=2048 KeySpec=1 KeyUsage=0xf0 MachineKeySet=TRUE [EnhancedKeyUsageExtension] OID=1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1 OID=1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2

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Unknown Identity 15.08.2010 01:37 (GMT+2) Welcome to your Blog!

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Unknown Identity 21.05.2010 17:22 (GMT+2) New-OpsMgrRequest and Install-OpsMgrCertificate (revisited)

Please ignore previous post. I needed to setup execution policy. Thanks a lot.

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Unknown Identity 21.05.2010 16:40 (GMT+2) New-OpsMgrRequest and Install-OpsMgrCertificate (revisited)

it looks like you have edited my script and break signature. Re-download the script and run the command: . .\OpsMgrCertMgmt.ps1 this command will not execute the script, but attach contained functions to a PowerShell session (this operation is known as dot-sourcing). Therefore you should type dot, space and path to a file.