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Hello I'm new to Tetia Guardian and in last 2 weeks I read the administration manual and had many tests with Guardian 3 (but there many things to learn yet :D )

To sign audit trails I do: 1-logon to a Win XP client with my own username and password 2-requeste a "User certificate" from MS Win 2003 CA server in my web browser and install it automatically 3-exporte the certificate as 1)Prvkey.pfx (PKCS12) 2)PubKey.cer (Base64) 4-convert the Prvkey.pfx to Prvkey.pem using openssl 5-Import Prvkey.pem and Pubkey.cer to Audit Policies 6-Set RDP connection to use the audit policy 7-Strat a RDP session for test 8-download the audit trail from Search menu 9-Open the audit trail with Audit Player

In Audit Player it's like this:

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Why a broken sign? it means I can not verify the signing person? well, the signin person is Guardian and it uses a certificate from my Trusted Root CA. How can I change the broken sign to a complete sign? Please help me :( arash_bahal@yahoo.com

asked Dec 27 '10 at 10:49

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edited Jan 09 '11 at 09:26

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No answer ? Please :(


answered Jan 01 '11 at 05:17

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No one knows the answer? wow! great :( I imported all the private and public keys to my laptop and also imported the root ca certificate to my Trusted Root CA folder in certmgr.msc but it still shows that the audit trail file is not trusted.


answered Jan 04 '11 at 08:50

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