Why Monitor Microsoft Certificate Authority Server?
If the Certification Authority (CA) is inaccessible, then FAS will not be able to acquire the Authorization Certificate from the CA for issuing user certificates. This can result in user logon failures, which may cause users to be denied access to critical resources in the virtual environment. Likewise, if too many certificate requests fail over a period of time, , it is bound to delay user authentication which can eventually lead to permanent user experience damage. To avoid such unpleasant outcomes, administrators should closely track the availability of Microsoft Certificate Authority Server and the load on the server, the status of SSL certificates it manages, and the expiry date of the SSL Certificates. This is where eG Enterprise helps!
eG Enterprise supports monitoring of Microsoft Certificate Authority Server. With the help of eG Enterprise, you can continuously monitor the availability state and operational health of the Microsoft Certificate Authority Server. You can thus keep an eye out for deviations in the status and operational health of the Microsoft Certificate Authority Server and be alerted to such deviations before end-users notice.