Generic unknown status in pkiview after migration Active Directory Certificate Services from Windows Server 2008R2 to Windows 2019.

Nitin Paras 26 Reputation points
2022-02-25T14:05:37.79+00:00

Follwing below given Link from MS we migrated 2 tier PKI hierarchy from windows 2008 R2 to Windows 2019.

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/itops-talk-blog/step-by-step-migrating-the-active-directory-certificate-service/ba-p/697674

Migration went fine for Root CA and 2 Sub-CAs, we kept the hostname similar as current.
We were able to enroll certificates, issue, generate certificates after migration from both Sub CAs but in PKI view it is showing error in CA certificate as UNKNOWN. Nothing in event logs all looks good and online .

Has someone seen this? Please help if anyone have seen this after migration.

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  1. Limitless Technology 44,021 Reputation points
    2022-02-28T14:01:19.653+00:00

    Hello @Nitin Paras

    This issue may occur when the sub CA certificate can't be chained to a trusted root CA certificate or the revocation check is failed. As you mentioned above, after the migration there could be some communication or network filtering between CA and Sub CAs, please make sure that the CDP is still reachable from the sub CA server. Otherwise, revocation check will fail.

    You also export the certificate as a file and run command to it

    certutil -verify -URLFetch yourcert.cer

    This traces the validation of the certificate all the way to the top and generally spells out any errors it may find.

    Hope this helps with your query,

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