I’m trying to setup for our windows servers to use Lets Encrypt, I’ve already been able to do this using the same method on our linux servers using certbot.
The keyfile is created against the same service account that is working currently for certbot.
I get the following when I hit test
Powershell/PoshACME DNS :: Error - RuntimeException: Unsupported RSA key size. Must be 2048-4096 in 8 bit increments.
at System.Management.Automation.PowerShell.EndInvoke(IAsyncResult asyncResult)
at Certify.Management.PowerShellManager.InvokePowershell(CertificateRequestResult result, String executionPolicy, String scriptFile, Dictionary`2 parameters, String scriptContent, PowerShell shell) in C:\Work\GIT\certify_5.0.x\certify\src\Certify.Shared.Compat\PowerShellManager.cs:line 182
at Certify.Management.PowerShellManager.d__0.MoveNext() in C:\Work\GIT\certify_5.0.x\certify\src\Certify.Shared.Compat\PowerShellManager.cs:line 90
I am unable to find where I can configure this keysize option, anyone else been able to use Google Cloud DNS? Client version is 126.96.36.199.
I was able to create a cert using manual dns, naturally I don’t want to have that as the deployed option