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I enabled signing on audit trails but when I play the audit trail, there is a red square indicates that this audit trail is untrusted. I imported all private and public keys, even I installed Audit Player on my Root CA Server but … Any solution?

asked Jan 08 '11 at 11:52

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edited Jan 09 '11 at 09:24

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Hi,

Can you please check the "Extended Key Usage" properties of the certificate?

The certificate, that will be accepted by the Audit Player must have \'TLS Web Server Authentication\' in the X509v3 Extended Key Usage section, along with the defaults: Microsoft Encrypted File System, E-mail Protection, TLS Web Client Authentication\'

Thanks, James Wright

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answered Mar 15 '11 at 09:17

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