A.2. Output Reference

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An output is the response to the end user of a successful enrollment.

A.2.1. Certificate Output

This output displays the certificate in pretty-print format. This output cannot be configured or changed. It does not display anything other than the certificate in pretty-print format.
This output needs to be specified for any automated enrollment. Once a user successfully authenticates using the automated enrollment method, the certificate is automatically generated, and this output page is returned to the user. In an agent-approved enrollment, the user can get the certificate, once it is issued, by providing the request ID in the end-entities page.

Example A.14. 


A.2.2. PKCS #7 Output

This output returns the certificate and the certificate chain in PKCS #7 format. PKCS #7 format is the Cryptographic Message Syntax Standard, which is used for signing. This output cannot be configured or changed.

Example A.15. 


A.2.3. nsNSKeyOutput

This class implements the output plug-in that returns the DER encoded certificates for token keys.

A.2.4. CMMF Output

This output returns the certificate in Certificate Management Messages Formats (CMMF). CMMF govern communication between different parts of a PKI and is used for requesting certificates and requesting certificate revocation.
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