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How do I configure a working certificate for OCS 2007?

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I installed OCS Standard Edition 2007 recently and during the install process requested a certificate from our certificate server.  The certificate was issued as the same name as our communication server.  The certificate was imported to a local machine and added to the trusted root certificates but when I attempt to start communicator and login the following error occurs: There was a problem verifying the certificate from the server.  Am I doing something wrong or does the certificate need to come from a verified and trusted CA such as Verisign or Thawte?


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Needs to come from a trusted authority.
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you have to install the Root CA certificat in the trusted store on the client computer
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