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After testing we can confirm that the warning is no longer logged in the event log. We have now covered the certificate the domain controller requires, we’ll need to add a few more settings on the domain controllers for EID logons to work. Strictly spoken, the last one shouldn’t be necessary if your domain controller can reach the internet, or at least the URL where the CRL’s used in the EIDs, are hosted. If you use this registry key, make sure to remove a name mapping (more on that later) or disable the user when the EID is stolen or lost. An easy way to push these registry key is using group policy preferences. In order for the domain controller to accept the EID of the user, the domain controller has to trust the full path in the issued certificate. Again, if your client is capable of reaching the internet you should not need these. I have to admit that I’m not entirely sure how the client will react when a forward proxy is in use. After all, the SYSTEM doesn’t always know what proxy to use and it might be requiring to authenticate.


Once you have decided on your manual agent installation policy, log on to the computer in the untrusted domain / DMZ that you want SCOM to monitor with an account that is a member of the ‘Local Administrators’ group. The SCOM agent needs to be manually installed on the server/computer that you wish to monitor before you can import the certificate into SCOM. DMZ server that you want to bring into SCOM, then open up a command prompt with Administrative privileges to continue. Using the command line, browse to the AMD64 folder within the original SCOM installation ‘Agent’ folder (or the i386 folder if you are installing onto a 32Bit O/S) and run the ‘MOMAgent.msi’ installer to begin the installation. Click on the ‘Install’ button from the final screen to install the SCOM agent from the original installation media. That completes the installation of the SCOM agent and also the upgrade of the orginal SCOM agent to CU5. All that's left to do now is to import the certificate into SCOM that was issued by the internal Certificate Authority to the untrusted domain / DMZ or SCOM Gateway server using the 'MOMCertImport.exe' utility.


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