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Get-FasCertificateDefinition

List or view existing Certificate Definition objects (recipe for issuing a certificate).

Syntax

Get-FasCertificateDefinition [-Name <String>] [-Address <String>] [-UserName <String>] [-Password <String>] [<CommonParameters>]

Detailed Description

View the configuration of existing Certificate Definition objects that the FAS is using to generate certificates. When generating a certificate, the FAS requires various pieces of information. Including:

  • The CertificateTemplate to request (see Get-FasMsTemplate)
  • A list of loadbalanced/failover Certificate Authority Addresses (see Get-FasMsCertificateAuthority)
  • A reference to the AuthorizationCertificate to use to Authorize the request (see Get-FasAuthorizationCertificate)
  • A list of additional Issuance Policy OIDs to add to the certificate request (see Get-FasPolicyOid)
  • A flag indicating if the certificate can be used as an in-session Virtual Smart Card, or only for the logon process. Note that Certificate Definition objects can only be created and managed by the FAS Server administrator, although they can be referenced by "Rule" administrators.

Parameters

Name Description Required? Pipeline Input Default Value
Name Specify the name of the Certificate Definition to view. false true (ByPropertyName) \$NULL
Address Address of FAS Server (or \$NULL to use \$CitrixFasAddress) false true (ByPropertyName) \$CitrixFasAddress
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

Input Type

Variable, based on property name

This cmdlet does accept input from the pipeline but only by property name.

Return Values

void

This cmdlet does not return a value

Examples

EXAMPLE 1

C:\PS> $CitrixFasAddress=(Get-FasServer)[0].Address
C:\PS> Get-FasCertificateDefinition

Lists the Certificate Definition objects for certificates that are being generated by the FAS Server