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SBS 2003 ISA, Godaddy cert.

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I have SBS Premium R2.
I have an SSL cert from Godaddy.
On my PC If I go to FQDN/exchange or /remote I get the shield in the browser telling me the site is secured by Godaddy.

On my Phone if I go to FQDN/Exchange I get a prompt saying that my cert was issued to a company I have not chosen to trust.  But the cert dat is valid and the cert has a valid name matching the page you are trying to view.

When I try to sync my phone I get an 80072f0d error saying my cert is invalid.

This is a new cert I just got a few days ago and I noticed that it seems to be different than the ones Ive had before.  This one says cert by Godaddy and I seem to remeber the other ones always saying something else.

Any ideas?
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First you need to make sure that you installed the GoDaddy certificate properly.  Detailed instructions for that are here:  http://abc-solutions.org/Documents/How%20to%20install%20a%20cheap%20GoDaddy%20certificate.pdf

Then, you need to follow the Windows Mobile configuration instructions explicitly which you'll find here:
http://sbsurl.com/mobile

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