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At what point is the Internal Certificate Authority (ICA) created?

A.
Upon creation of a certificate

B.
During the primary Security Management Server installation process.

C.
When an administrator decides to create one.

D.
When an administrator initially logs into SmartConsole.

Explanation:
Introduction to the ICA
The ICA is a Certificate Authority which is an integral part of the Check Point product suite. It is fully compliant
with X.509 standards for both certificates and CRLs. See the relevant X.509 and PKI documentation, as well as
RFC 2459 standards for more information. You can read more about Check Point and PKI in the R76 VPN
Administration Guide.
The ICA is located on the Security Management server. It is created during the installation process, when the
Security Management server is configured.
https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/R76/CP_R76_SecMan_WebAdmin/html_frameset.htm?
topic=documents/R76/CP_R76_SecMan_WebAdmin/13118

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