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Can W2K Server generate own SSL Certificate for use by organization?

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I have implemented OWA via Https and for purposes of setup I am using a trial cert from Verisign.  My client seems to think there is a way for the server to self generate a cert to be used by the organization (only) instead of having to purchase one from an outside vendor.  I have searched my resources and cannot find an answer.
So, I ask you fine folks.

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Bostechie
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Thank you for your quick and accurate response.  - Bostechie
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