MC384240 – Final Notice: Microsoft “G1” Root Certificate removal – May 24, 2022

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Microsoft 365 Apps

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World tenant

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As was previously announced, the United States Federal PKI team formally requested the removal of the "Federal Common Policy" root certificate, also known as the "G1" root certificate, from the Microsoft Trusted Root Program on May 24, 2022.


When will this happen:


On May 24, 2022, the "G1" root certificate is being removed by an out-of-band update. Action is required on environments which currently use this certificate.

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Created:
2022-05-25

updated:
2022-08-27

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DatePropertyoldnew
2022-09-15MC prepareThe "G2" root certificate must be implemented on environments that require the change. There are multiple ways to deploy the root store to enterprise devices.


Carefully review the documentation in the Additional information section below, which provides details on the changes taking place along with detailed migration instructions.


Additional information:


Removal of the U.S. Federal Common Policy CA certificate from the Microsoft trusted root | Microsoft Docs: Main article discussing the removal in detail, potential issues, steps to avoid issues, and troubleshoot and analysis guidance
Migrate to the Federal Common Policy CA G2 | FICAM Playbooks: Instructions to manually download and migrate to the "G2" root certificate
Obtain and verify a copy of the Federal Common Policy CA G2 certificate | FICAM Playbooks: Details on downloading and installing the "G2" root certificate on Windows workgroup, member, and domain controller computers
Distribute the certificate to operating systems | FICAM Playbooks: Guidance to deploy the root store to enterprise devices (see the "Microsoft Solutions" section)
Program Requirements - Microsoft Trusted Root Program | Microsoft Docs: Introduction to the Trusted Root Program, as well as general and technical requirements
ps://docs.microsoft.com/security/trusted-root/program-requirem
ps://docs.microsoft.com/troubleshoot/windows-server/windows-security/microsoft-trusted-root-store-removal-of-us-federal-common-policy
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/distribute-os/
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/migrate/
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/obtain-and-verify
ps://www.idmanagement.gov/
The "G2" root certificate must be implemented on environments that require the change. There are multiple ways to deploy the root store to enterprise devices.


Carefully review the documentation in the Additional information section below, which provides details on the changes taking place along with detailed migration instructions.


Additional information:


Removal of the U.S. Federal Common Policy CA certificate from the Microsoft trusted root | Microsoft Docs: Main article discussing the removal in detail, potential issues, steps to avoid issues, and troubleshoot and analysis guidance
Migrate to the Federal Common Policy CA G2 | FICAM Playbooks: Instructions to manually download and migrate to the "G2" root certificate
Obtain and verify a copy of the Federal Common Policy CA G2 certificate | FICAM Playbooks: Details on downloading and installing the "G2" root certificate on Windows workgroup, member, and domain controller computers
Distribute the certificate to operating systems | FICAM Playbooks: Guidance to deploy the root store to enterprise devices (see the "Microsoft Solutions" section)
Program Requirements - Microsoft Trusted Root Program | Microsoft Docs: Introduction to the Trusted Root Program, as well as general and technical requirements
https://docs.microsoft.com/security/trusted-root/program-requirements
https://docs.microsoft.com/troubleshoot/windows-server/windows-security/microsoft-trusted-root-store-removal-of-us-federal-common-policy
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/distribute-os/
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/migrate/
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/obtain-and-verify
https://www.idmanagement.gov/
2022-08-27MC prepareThe "G2" root certificate must be implemented on environments that require the change. There are multiple ways to deploy the root store to enterprise devices.


Carefully review the documentation in the Additional information section below, which provides details on the changes taking place along with detailed migration instructions.


Additional information:


Removal of the U.S. Federal Common Policy CA certificate from the Microsoft trusted root | Microsoft Docs: Main article discussing the removal in detail, potential issues, steps to avoid issues, and troubleshoot and analysis guidance
Migrate to the Federal Common Policy CA G2 | FICAM Playbooks: Instructions to manually download and migrate to the "G2" root certificate
Obtain and verify a copy of the Federal Common Policy CA G2 certificate | FICAM Playbooks: Details on downloading and installing the "G2" root certificate on Windows workgroup, member, and domain controller computers
Distribute the certificate to operating systems | FICAM Playbooks: Guidance to deploy the root store to enterprise devices (see the "Microsoft Solutions" section)
Program Requirements - Microsoft Trusted Root Program | Microsoft Docs: Introduction to the Trusted Root Program, as well as general and technical requirements
https://docs.microsoft.com/security/trusted-root/program-requirements
https://docs.microsoft.com/troubleshoot/windows-server/windows-security/microsoft-trusted-root-store-removal-of-us-federal-common-policy
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/distribute-os/
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/migrate/
https://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/obtain-and-verify
https://www.idmanagement.gov/
The "G2" root certificate must be implemented on environments that require the change. There are multiple ways to deploy the root store to enterprise devices.


Carefully review the documentation in the Additional information section below, which provides details on the changes taking place along with detailed migration instructions.


Additional information:


Removal of the U.S. Federal Common Policy CA certificate from the Microsoft trusted root | Microsoft Docs: Main article discussing the removal in detail, potential issues, steps to avoid issues, and troubleshoot and analysis guidance
Migrate to the Federal Common Policy CA G2 | FICAM Playbooks: Instructions to manually download and migrate to the "G2" root certificate
Obtain and verify a copy of the Federal Common Policy CA G2 certificate | FICAM Playbooks: Details on downloading and installing the "G2" root certificate on Windows workgroup, member, and domain controller computers
Distribute the certificate to operating systems | FICAM Playbooks: Guidance to deploy the root store to enterprise devices (see the "Microsoft Solutions" section)
Program Requirements - Microsoft Trusted Root Program | Microsoft Docs: Introduction to the Trusted Root Program, as well as general and technical requirements
ps://docs.microsoft.com/security/trusted-root/program-requirem
ps://docs.microsoft.com/troubleshoot/windows-server/windows-security/microsoft-trusted-root-store-removal-of-us-federal-common-policy
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/distribute-os/
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/migrate/
ps://playbooks.idmanagement.gov/fpki/common/obtain-and-verify
ps://www.idmanagement.gov/

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