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So this shouldn't be a problem. Reply Paul Cunningham says August 4, 2010 at 1:23 pm Hi Faisal, same process as above, but you also include the DNS name of the NLB cluster in the SAN certificate. Scott is available for consulting, writing, and speaking engagements and can be reached at [email protected] It seems pretty straight-forward Reply Paul Cunningham says August 18, 2011 at 9:07 am Hi Sylvia, what type of certificate did you order from them? have a peek here

When buying my SAN cert, do I need to include my internal domain names? Are you worried about email signature image size? Seems like you're trying to import the same certificate twice. Reply Chris says January 8, 2013 at 11:50 pm It was not.

Exchange 2010 Self Signed Certificate

Thank you very much for the help. Generally speaking for your SAN cert you'll need: - the FQDN of each CAS - the Autodiscover name for each primary SMTP namespace - the DNS name for OWA, ActiveSync, and So I think companies should create a cert request first using the Windows Server OS with the Certificate MMC prior to even installing Exchange 2010 on it, just to be safe. Ensure that SSL is required for the following virtual directories: Autodiscover ecp EWS Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync OAB owa Rpc   Warning: If you require SSL for the PowerShell virtual directory, you will render

  • Sponsored Sponsored Note: Make sure you‘ve followed the important note in step #9 above.
  • True but I bet the phones are trying to use it to resolve the FQDN of the mail server.  Probably why the test is failing, though. Being that this is exchange
  • I am well aware.
  • Tutorials Certificates, Exchange 2003-2010 Transition, Exchange 2010, SSLAbout Paul CunninghamPaul is a Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services, specializing in Exchange Server and Office 365, and is the publisher of
  • Will we need a 3rd party cert and a self-signed (for the local.domain?).
  • Seems to hinge on whether the CAS Array name is also the same DNS name as services such as OWA.
  • Double click the lock icon.
  • Review the information that is entered into the certificate and click Ok.
  • Apparently, this messed up linkage with EMC.

Testing the SSL certificate to make sure it's valid. Reply Sophaktra SOK says March 18, 2012 at 10:31 pm Can I contact you by Skype or email? Reply safwan says January 29, 2012 at 9:23 pm Dear I am create two dertificate in CAS and i need to remove please can help me to provide the step… Reply Renewing Exchange 2010 Certificate I get the same error inside the LAN and from the Internet.

Next configure the organization and location information for the certificate, and choose a location to generate the request file. Reply Paul Cunningham says September 15, 2011 at 9:09 am Depends on the error you're getting. please hint? Reply Timothy says June 15, 2011 at 9:25 am Hi, We experienced the same issue with Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010.

I have purchased a comodo SSL Certificate for the domain and have assigned the roles, OWA, OMA and Activesync working ok. Assign Services To Certificate Exchange 2010 Thanks, Kevin Reply Paul Cunningham says July 15, 2011 at 11:34 pm I usually just leave it alone 🙂 Reply Ulf Holt says July 14, 2011 at 10:30 pm Hi Paul. If we try to connect though outlook from outside our network, outlook tries continuously to connect without success. In the Secure Communications section, click Edit.

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Reply Paul Cunningham says June 15, 2011 at 9:39 am Hi Timothy, should work fine for regular users too. OWA transmits traffic to and from the web browser in HTTP (based upon TCP, port 80) and in clear text, meaning that anyone could potentially "listen" to your talk and grab Exchange 2010 Self Signed Certificate Connect with Daniel Petri Like on Facebook Follow on Twitter Circle on Google+ Subscribe via RSS Sponsors Join the Petri Insider Subscribe to the Petri Insider email newsletter to stay up Exchange 2010 Ssl Certificate Request Figure F gives you a look at one of the settings you'll need to change.

In the Exchange virtual directory properties dialog box, click OK all the way out, and close Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. http://bookread.org/exchange-2010/exchange-2010-autodiscover-dns.html WHY? And for all of us out there that use .local or other non-valid FQDN's, how will this impact us? Reply Jay says October 20, 2012 at 2:11 am Hello Paul Thanks for your information, it's my first time to use exchange server 2010, I haven't noticed SAN(multiple domain) and I Exchange 2010 Self Signed Certificate Expired

On the Your Sites Common Name page, in the Common name box, type yourservername.domainname.com (see important note in step #9) and then click Next. Reply Bryan Kavanagh says August 6, 2012 at 10:56 pm Paul, Great thread. Digicert has good pricing. Check This Out When I complete the pending request in Exchange the cert was applied but nothing worked right - i got errors on my OWA accounts and on my desktops.

Reply Richard says August 3, 2011 at 7:33 pm Why is it recomended that you use a san certificate? Exchange 2010 Certificate Requirements Should assign all these services to use the SAN certificate from DigiCert and remove the self-signed one? Reply Paul Cunningham says March 17, 2013 at 1:36 pm Can't it?

Go to iis > default web site > on rightside in action Pane click binding > from the box click on Https and click edit there you will have certificate which

For example, if your SSL was issued to secure.mysite.com, enter https://secure.mysite.com into your browser. I can always change external URLs / TMG etc.. On the Server Certificate page, verify that Create a new certificate is selected, and then click Next. Exchange 2010 Owa Not Working Externally Keep up with Scott Lowe's posts on TechRepublic Automatically sign up to the Servers and Storage newsletter Subscribe to the Servers and Storage RSS feed Follow Scott Lowe on Twitter Comments

And once they're in discovering names is pretty easy 🙂 Reply JSP says June 22, 2011 at 5:05 pm Thx Paul I was thinking about separated sites for internal and external This would be the format: https://webmail.yourorg.com/owa. I am just using free SSL cert service because for testing purpose. this contact form I ordered a 2-year cert to get around this for now.

And when I assign the below services to exch1 certificate, I can test autodiscover and it works well but owa and activesync doesnt run because certificate is not valid message comes. Our web mail is working fine, but mobile devices still cannot connect to the server. 0 Habanero OP Da_Schmoo Aug 12, 2014 at 6:10 UTC Might want to Have you tried OWA from inside and outside of the network? 0 Anaheim OP GCAL Aug 12, 2014 at 6:16 UTC As an additional oddity, I just discovered Now the issue is when I assign the IIS and SMTP service to mail.domain.com certificate, I can access OWA, activesync on my android phone without any issues since it shows the

I really don't want to have to put the servernames on the SAN cert. Did you really mean mail.contoso.com” for external? I even installed a cert on my iPhone but still it won't connect outside the network. The only difference I am using my own private CA…using my AD to create the .req file.

Or they prompt with a certificate warning? No sooner did I respond, did I get yours!!!!  When you generated the new cert, is all the info the same? Can we assign this certificate for IIS,POP and SMTP services instead of buying SAN Certificate. You can try this link for some more information (thank you Abid Ali for the link): Installing and Configuring a Windows Server 2003 Stand-alone Certification Authority On the Name and Security

Thanks in advance for any help you might be able to give. I did not use the wildcard option in the wizard. This opens the IIS7 manager, which is used by Exchange's Client Access Server role. 3. You will also just need to check the license terms of the certificate provider to make sure they allow you to install the cert on multiple servers.

You can export certificates but it shouldn't be necessary if all you are doing is enabling them for services. Digicert is one provider that does allow that. Thank you Reply Michael says March 28, 2012 at 6:06 am Hi Paul, the prompt is outlook window with the security alert, the reason i suspect it is appearing is that Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?

ExRCA wasn't able to obtain the remote SSL certificate. Make sure you also select the checkbox next to Only Redirect Requests To content In This Directory (Not Subdirectories).