I was researching the setup of OWA with a self created SSL certificate. Before i did anything i forwarded the appropriate ports and attempted to access OWA. It seems to have its own default certificate installed. I was happily able to access my email through https.
The question i have is:
1. Is this default SSL certificate secure.
2. What are the advantages of setting up my own SSL Certificate authority. As in is there a difference from the defaul certificate ( Im only interested in using it with OWA)
SSL and certificates are not set up by default? someone has either set them up - or your running small business server (that does have certificates installed by default)
>>1. Is this default SSL certificate
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