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Let's Encrypt support for Azure Key Vault

Add Let's Encrypt as a Primary CA provider with Azure Key Vault or provide a much better service for "3rd Party" CA's to enable certificate requests and fully automated renewals.

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Bitlocker did this 3rd party correction strategy for certification so have a look on git for their install?

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Do you have a link to the repo?

I would much rather Microsoft add native support as I'm sure most users would. This should be the primary focus but secondary an easy short term solution.

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BitLocker-Guidance+

they'll probably want to start at certificate 2601, so you can confirm the least up to date measure and following the 3 certifications from that version would enable the sysadmins to request the new validation.


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take off the plus in the link, he posted it wrong

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This repo seems to be for Windows BitLocker (unless I'm missing something) but I'm asking specifically about Azure Key Vault.

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JamesTran-MSFT answered JonathonAroutsidis commented

@JonathonAroutsidis
Thank you for your product feedback!

When it comes to using Let's Encrypt, I found some documentation which walks through how to integrate Let's Encrypt with the Azure Key Vault. When it comes to your product feedback, I've passed this along to our Key Vault team and would highly suggest leveraging our new User Voice forum to share this feature request, so our engineering team can take a look at implementing this.


Azure Key Vault Let's Encrypt
Azure Key Vault Certificates with Let's Encrypt as the Issuer CA - 3rd Party Link


If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your time and patience throughout this issue.


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Hi @JamesTran-MSFT

I'm currently using Azure Pipelines to automate LE certificate generation/renewal but I've read the second link before and there isn't too much difference in what I'm currently doing. I was hoping for a much better way such as Azure Key Vault running the automation to create/renew the certificate as an interim until LE can be made a first party CA.

Thanks for sharing the new user voice forum, I'll pop over there and raise this in that forum.

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