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VPN revocation error?

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I have managed to successfully configure a SSTP VPN connection on my internal client PC, but only through registry fixes. I keep getting this error relating to checking to see if the server has been revoked.......

"The revocation function was unable to check revocation because the revocation server was offline."

I've gone onto revoked certificates in my CA and clicked on publish and created a new CRL but the clients are not getting it or its not working somehow. Any idea as to how I can fix this?

Update: I have noticed that on the certificates I’m using only LDAP is being used as a method of retrieving the CRL. I dont mind this anyway because I'm not interested in HTTP at the moment, I just dont know why the domain joined users and computers cannot find the CDP through LDAP?

ldap:///CN=JEDI-CA,CN=Jedi,CN=CDP,CDP=Public Key Services,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=starwars,DC=com?certificateRevocationList?base?objectClass=cRLDistributionPoint

^^^ That is the LDAP directory on the certificate


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Can you pull the CRL using LDAP manually? It might be a configuration or security issue.

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