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Can windows 2003/2008 CA be used to create self signed SSL certificates with a working SAN fields, ie (no explantion marks in certs)

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I am in a similar position to Mandev23.   I have standalone root CA.  This is used to create certs of external systems.  A cert for exchanges webmail would be an example of its use.    An enterprise subordinate is used for an internal dev AD.   Smartcard certs would be a typical use for the sub ordinate

when I remove the SAN fiield from exchanges certificate request.. and only use the common name..every thing works.   As soon as I use self signed certs with SAN fields (explanation marks in the field)  my symbian phones stop working.


It seems that RPC/HTTPS clients are not affected, and provided they have the root CA in their cert store..all works well.
 

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