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Cert problem with activesync 4.1 and audiovox xv6700 pocket pc

Posted on 2006-07-12
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when i try and use activesync with the phone, i get an error about the cert being invalid.  error code is: 80072f0d.

from the information that i have gathered from searching, it seems as if i need to purchase a cert from a root cert.  is this true, or can i still install my self signed cert on the phone.

thanks in advance for the help.
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You should be able to set it up with the audiovox with the self signed certificate in SBS.
Try this link:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/d/4/7d4ea8d5-35d9-47c5-8487-a2e4a8e92345/Deploying_WM5_with_SBS2003.doc

Hope this helps,

David

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