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Are Entrust Certificates compatible with Intel VPro?

Article Number: 46461

Question: Are Entrust Certificates compatible with Intel VPro?

Answer:

The following Entrust Root certificates are embedded in the Intel AMT program

Entrust.net CA (2048) 
SHA256 Fingerprint: 
6d:c4:71:72:e0:1c:bc:b0:bf:62:58:0d:89:5f:e2:b8:
ac:9a:d4:f8:73:80:1e:0c:10:b9:c8:37:d2:1e:b1:77

•   Entrust Root CA 
SHA256 Fingerprint: 
73:c1:76:43:4f:1b:c6:d5:ad:f4:5b:0e:76:e7:27:28:
7c:8d:e5:76:16:c1:e6:e6:14:1a:2b:2c:bc:7d:8e:4c

•   Entrust Root CA-G2
SHA256 Fingerprint:
43:df:57:74:b0:3e:7f:ef:5f:e4:0d:93:1a:7b:ed:F1:
bb:2e:6b:42:73:8c:4e:6d:38:41:10:3d:3a:a7:f3:39

 - AMT Implementation and Reference Guide: https://software.intel.com/sites/manageability/AMT_Implementation_and_Reference_Guide/default.htm - 06/27/2016

The other specific requirement for Intel VPro certificates is that the OU field contain a specific string so that the certificate can be indentified for usage as an Intel VPro certificate.

During the CSR generation process, the OU field will need to be set specifically to contain "Intel(R) Client Setup Certificate".

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