FIX: Back up your file encryption certificate and key by Bas Wijdenes

Bitlocker or Encrypted File System (EFS)? I got the error message “Back up your file encryption certificate and key” out of nowhere. Strange, I use bitlocker and I think OneDrive for Business uses Encrypted File System (EFS) in Windows. If this is necessary, why have not I seen this message before? After some Googling, I … Continue reading FIX: Back up your file encryption certificate and key by Bas Wijdenes

How to convert .pfx certificates to .crt including the private key by Bas Wijdenes

Intro I keep the intro short because I think the tutorial is more important. If you want to know more about how I got this, you can read this at the bottom in the summary. In this tutorial I’ll explain how to convert .pfx certificates to .crt certificates including the private key. Let’s convert a … Continue reading How to convert .pfx certificates to .crt including the private key by Bas Wijdenes

How to use Let’s Encrypt certificates for Windows Admin Center by Bas Wijdenes

Let’s Encrypt and WAC. In my previous post I wrote about installing Let’s encrypt certificates on Windows. I gave the example that you can use a Let’s encrypt certificate for the Windows Admin Center. In this blog post I will also show you how to use Let’s Encrypt for WAC. During the installation you will … Continue reading How to use Let’s Encrypt certificates for Windows Admin Center by Bas Wijdenes

How to use Let’s Encrypt certificates for Windows Servers by Bas Wijdenes

Let’s encrypt certificates on Windows Servers. In this tutorial I explain how you can use Let’s Encrypt on Windows Servers. You could use this for example for the new ‘Windows Admin Center’ or in ADFS. Let’s encrypt is a fairly new website that let’s you use certificates for free. From their website: “Let’s Encrypt is … Continue reading How to use Let’s Encrypt certificates for Windows Servers by Bas Wijdenes