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Exchange 2007 Autodiscover / Outlook 2007 certificate Problem

Posted on 2007-12-07
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Hi,

i have a Exchange 2007 with owa, Server-Active-Sync activated (for security reasons i have a ISA 2006 in front of the Exchange).

OWA and Server-Active-Sync are each on a own website on IIS with self-signed certificates and working well through ISA. Since some days i got a security-message in Outlook 2007 that the host name is not the same as in the certificate. The strange thing is, that the hostname is sometines the external hostname of my owa.website and sometimes of my active-sync website...

I thought, that the autodiscover resides on the default website and is not affected by moving owa / server-activesync to different website, is that wrong??
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Autodiscover use the EWS virtual directory...... and autodiscover vir dir.......
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when i have domain joined clients and external client (RPC over HTTPS) i should use the DNs solution, right? Or do i g wrong with that?
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i got the problem... it was my the DNS; the different IP's of the Exchange i used for the websites where also with the FQDN  in the dns, but the IIS was responding with the differetn hostnames (corresponding to the different IP's)
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