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generate a certificate from Exchange 2007 command shell

Posted on 2007-08-01
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Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Dear All,

I want to generate a certificate from Exchange 2007 command shell. This certificate I will send it to VeriSign to make it published to Internet.

I want to include everything can be related in this certificate.

Does anyone can help me to do it?

Question by:Arabsoft
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Accepted Solution

Stacy Spear earned 1500 total points
ID: 19620982
Only way I think is through the normal certificate request process from IIS or control panel.

Author Comment

ID: 19630241
thanks darkstar3d,

but how it can be done. can you answer with some details please.


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