Thanks for the update.
From my research, the Certsrv error seems to be related to the CA service.
In the case that you are using a self singed certificate, I would like to
suggest you to collect the IIS metabase to troubleshoot the IIS issues. To
gather the IIS Metabase:
a) Download the IIS Resource Kit tools from the following page:
b) Install it, run MBExplorer (Metabase Explorer)
c) Right click the "LM" node and choose "Export to file".
d) Specify a file name, specify the password and finish the export.
e) Send the file and the password to XXXX@XXXXX.COM
Moreover, for further investigation of the Certsrv error you may collect
the Directory Service MPS report on server that includes the event logs.
You can also send the MPS report to me at Miles Li
<mailto: XXXX@XXXXX.COM >.
Microsoft Product Support's Reporting Tools (MPSRPT_DirSvc.EXE)
Hope it helps. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not
hesitate to let me know.
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