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Outlook over the Internet

I am trying t configure a MS Exchange2003 server to allow RPC over HTTP/S.  I am having problems with the SSL Certificate.  When I open OWA and install the certificate on a host PC, it apparently doesn't really get installed, so when I open up OWA again it asks me to accept the certificate again.  The cert was created from the Cert Authority installed on my Exchange server.  I have configured this successfully many times on SBS2003 which does just about everything for you, but now I have clients running full Exchange that need to access Outlook outside their offices.
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SembeeCommented:
Dump the self generated certificate.
Go and purchase a commercial certificate - I usually use RapidSSL. It will save you so much time and hassle and gets away from the certificate warnings.

Clicking on accept for the certificate simply allows the connection that one time - it doesn't install the certificate. You have to choose the other option for that.

Simon.
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