On all other machines the corresponding private key is missing and the message is unreadable.
With Windows 2003 and Windows Vista, Digital Identity Management Service (DIMS) enables credential roaming, in which the certificates and private keys are stored in AD, avoiding the problem.
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It’s advisable to enable the key archival in case a private key is lost) Click the Subject Name tab and select "Build from this Active Directory information." Set "Subject name format" to "Fully distinguished name" and select the "Include e-mail name in subject name" check box. Some companies have a process whereby users are added to a group if they require certain certificate autoenrollments, which then are processed on their next logon or Group Policy refresh. Repeat the above steps for Exchange User, except that under the General tab, you need to enable publishing to the AD (this results in the public certificate being placed in the user’s user Certificate attribute for the user and is queried via the global catalog (GC) by the sending party and will be visible under the "Published Certificates" tab for the user in the Active Directory Users and shows.
(Certificates that are already being issued aren’t shown in the dialog box).
domain members for version 2 certificate templates (which can be issued only by enterprise certificate authorities–CAs–running Windows 2003 Enterprise or Datacenter Edition).
The autoenrollment process grants certificates based on certificate templates that are supplied with Read, Enroll, and Autoenroll permissions for the users, groups, or computers who require autoenrollment.
The problem is that if you use autoenrollment and a user logs on to multiple machines, each machine will generate a new set of private and public keys for that user (because a separate profile is used on each machine).
Thus, depending on which public key is used to encrypt a message, the recipient will be able to open the message only on the computer with the paired private key.
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In this example, we’ll enable autoenrollment for certificates to be used for digital signatures and message encryption via Microsoft Office Outlook 2003: Select the General tab and enter a name for the new template (e.g., Exchange Signature Only Custom).
Don’t enable digital signature publishing in AD (this is not needed for signatures because the certificate is enabled in the payload of the message sent). Alternatively, if you have archiving enabled, you can select the "Archive subject’s encryption private key" (the option might be grayed out depending on the type of certificate you’re duplicating).
Repeat this process for the certificates you just created (e.g., Exchange User Custom and Exchange Signature Only Custom.