LTV enabled setting - DocuSign Signature Appliance client new version 8 feature (CoSign)

One of the new features of Version 8 is the internal OCSP responder in DocuSign Signature Appliance.
With this feature we can claim better fit to long term archiving requirements no matter what the CA setup is (in the past we could have embedded OCSP records from either external CAs or Comodo only).
This feature also works nicely in demos as we can show that Adobe treats our signatures as LTV enabled.
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In order to set your DocuSign Signature Appliance client to create LTV enabled signatures please follow the simple 5 steps described in the attached doc.
It works nicely with AATL (ARX current corp DocuSign Signature Appliance), but with other certs as well as long as they are trusted by Adobe (how to do that is a tip for another day…). Soon DocuSign corp DocuSign Signature Appliance will be available too with an AATL certs.


To activate it:
  1. Configure CoSign Client to embed OCSP record within each signature. By leaving the OCSP URL, CoSign client will get the OCSP from either the OCSP responder that is specified in the signing certificate otherwise from the CoSign Appliance
  2. File->Apply
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  1. In Adobe Acrobat, go to Edit -> Preferences and select the Signatures Tab
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  1. Set the Require Certificate revocation checking.
  2. Restart Adobe Acrobat
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