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Manual Reference Pages  -  SCEPD (8)

NAME

scepd - handle SCEP request

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Version
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

scepd [ -d ] [ -fconfigfile ]

DESCRIPTION

Scepd is usually called from a CGI script and is designed to read a base64 encoded SCEP request from standard input. It will analyze the request and store it in the pending directory of the OpenSCEP CA directory hierarchy. If automatic enrollment is enabled, the challenge password of the request will be checked against the LDAP directory and automatically granted if the password matches. Otherwise the request is left in the pending queue until the CA operator uses the scepgrant script to create the certificate, or the scepreject script to deny the certificate.

OPTIONS

-d increase the debug level by one.
-fconfigfile
  use the alternate configuration file configfile in place of the default /usr/local/etc/openscep/openscep.cnf.

FILES

By default, scepd takes /usr/local/etc/openscep/openscep.cnf as configuration file. If debugging is enabled, and the directory /var/tmp/openscep exists, requests and the various stages of enveloped and signed data are written to files in that directory. Using derdump(1), the parts can be individually analyzed, which can be helpful when debugging SCEP problems.

VERSION

This page documents scepd as it appears in version 0.4.2 of OpenSCEP.

SEE ALSO

scepgrant(8), scepreject(8), openscep.cnf(5)

AUTHOR

Andreas F. Mueller <andreas.mueller@othello.ch>

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