This is a breaking change introduced by Android 11 when a device is being enroll as Android device administrator. Android 11 can no longer install trusted root certificate on the device – this does not affect Samsung devices. If you are using non Samsung devices enrolled as Android device administrator you will need to manually […]
As you know, certificates are more heavily used and important than ever to protect communication between clients and services. Well, the Certificate Authority (CA) Browser (https://cabforum.org/) members recently published a report detailing multiple certificates issued by certification authorities (CA) were out the industry standard for publicly trusted CA’s. You can read the reports here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1649951
AWS – CloudFormation now allows DNS-validated certificate management with Amazon Certificate Manager
As you know, Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM) is used to help managing certificates, from the creation to the renewal process. Well, ACM can now be used by CloudFormation to automate SSL/TLS certificate management for DNS-validated certificates with domain managed by Amazon Route 53. With this improvement you no longer need to manually validate your request.
As you may already know, you can use Intune to provide certificates to your clients/end-users for managing access and authentication to your corporate resources (like connecting to a WiFi network using certificate) using the Intune Certificate Connector. Until now, it was not possible to have more than one connector installed, making it a single point