Client certificate trust list

The client certificate trust list allows you to configure what certification authorities are accepted by Microsoft Internet and Security Acceleration (ISA) Server 2006 for client certificates. For example, you can choose to accept only client certificates that were issued by your corporate certification authority.

When a client attempts to connect through ISA Server, a list of acceptable certification authorities is provided by ISA Server to the client as part of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) handshake. This allows the client application, such as a Web browser, to display only the client certificates that were issued by one of the trusted certification authorities.

The configuration on the Client Certificate Trust List tab is only accessible when SSL connections are enabled on the Connections tab of the Web listener and one of the following is true:

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