List the currently available Authorization certificates in use by the Federated Authentication Service server.
Get-FasAuthorizationCertificate [-CertificateAuthority <String>] [-Address <String>] [-UserName <String>] [-Password <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
List the currently available Authorization certificates in use by the Federated Authentication Service server. The Federated Authentication Service works by dynamically issuing user logon certificates from a Microsoft Certificate Authority. To do this it must first be granted an "Authorization Certificate" (often called an RA or Enrollement Agent certificate) to authenticate to the Certificate Authority. This command lists all of the Pending, Ok, MaintenanceRequired and Expired Authorization certificates available to the FAS server. The certificate and private key are stored in a container based on the "TrustArea" GUID.
|Name||Description||Required?||Pipeline Input||Default Value|
|CertificateAuthority||Filter by Address of the Certificate Authority used to issue the Authorization Certificate (\$NULL to return all certificates).||false||true (ByPropertyName)||\$NULL|
|UserName||User name to use for authentication to FAS server (\$NULL for current user account)||false||true (ByPropertyName)||\$NULL|
|Password||Password for authentication to FAS server (\$NULL for current user account)||false||true (ByPropertyName)||\$NULL|
Variable, based on property name¶
This cmdlet does accept input from the pipeline but only by property name.
This cmdlet returns a list of FasAuthorizationCertificate objects
C:\PS> $CitrixFasAddress=(Get-FasServer).Address C:\PS> Get-FasAuthorizationCertificate
This code lists the Authorization certificate on a FAS server. This includes its unique ID, the CA used to issue the certificate, an indication of whether the certificate is currently usable (as opposed to expiring or pending), and the storage container name (TrustArea)