Yes, I've been using the CA Process for several months now. I h= aven't
   set it up to use through the Web Administrator yet because I like to   
migrate and register all the users from a particular machine. It can be a
   = headache if you wish to register someone and have them login immediately
   be= cause you will have to tell adminp process all to get the certificate
   signe= d.

   Overall not too bad, though. The big thing is= being able to keep the
   cert.id off of shared drives or moving floppies aro= und. You just have to
   authorize certain administrators to the CA Process.<B= R>

   Chris Whisonant
   Comporium
   Senior Mid-R= ange Systems Administrator
   iSeries Certified Systems=  Expert
   803.326.7270 (W)
   803.326.6142 (F)
   chris.whi= sonant@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
   -----CWHISONAN= T@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote: -----

   To: NOTES-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, = DOMINO-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,
   domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
   From: Gary.Wade@xx= tyoforlando.net
   Sent by: CWHISONANT@xxxxxxxxxxx
   Date: 07/23/2003 04:0= 8PM
   Subject: R6 Certificate Authority (CA) process

   Anyone migrated over to R6's CA process.  Any issu= es?  Good way to go
   for
   Notes &/or Internet ids?
   ----------= -------------------------------------------------
   Gary L Wade
   Lotus N= otes Administrator
   City of Orlando - City Hall
   400 S. Orange Ave.
   = PO Box 4990
   Orlando, FL 32802-4990
   (PH) 407.246.3796  (Fax) 407.= 246.2878
   Gary.Wade@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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