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Several of our internal applications are either not using SSL certificates, or are using self-signed certificates. I wanted to utilize ADCS to create a trusted, internal-only root CA that our browsers trust such that we do not receive the error messages in the browser, and so that certificates can be easily issued.

From my readings, it seems that ADCS can be a bit of a beast to set up and configure - would this be overkill just so that we can have trusted certificates for our applications?

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