22 August 2013

Authenticate users with client certificates on Apache and IIS - Part 3

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5. Connect from Client.

From client, I'll use IE to connect to both webserver by IP address.

Authenticate users with client certificates on Apache and IIS - Part 2

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3. Sign the Certificate Request by rootCA.

Copy the two file Apache.req and IIS.req to the CAServer.

3.1 For Apache server :

Sign the Apache.req by rootCA Certificate.

CAServer# openssl x509 -in Apache.req -out Apache.cert -days 365 -req -CA rootCA.cert -CAkey rootCA.key -CAcreateserial

Signature ok
subject=/C=XX/L=Default City/O=Apache Server/OU=Apache Server/CN=apache.linuxbyexamples.net
Getting CA Private Key


Create SSL self signed certificate using with Apache and Windows IIS - Part 2

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4. Apply config to the Windows 2003 IIS Server.

To use both those files on IIS Server, you need to convert them to the .pfx format

Server# openssl pkcs12 -export -inkey Key.pem -in Certificate.pem -out IIS.pfx -nodes

Enter Export Password:
Verifying - Enter Export Password:

Typing some password to protect the file.

How to install and run a full winxp on usb disk - Part 2

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2. Make USB disk bootable with NTloader and Grub4Dos

2.1 Format the USB :

You need an USB disk larger than the disk image (4GB in this post). Format it with NTFS filesystem or FAT32 (make sure to backup it first !!!)

Boot winxp from http server - Part 2

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4. Boot the PC

It's time to startup the PC, config the BIOS to boot from network to see it work.

Requesting for DHCP ...