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Create Exchange 2003 Certificate and install to ISA 2000 to access OWA and enable push email.

Hi All

I have been asked to help reslove the following issue, as I have not done this before I thought I would ask for some help.

The setup is as follows...

ISA 2000
Exchnage 2003 SP2
Certificate will be purchased from Verisign.

Can anyone offer any setup advice/instructions

ie Where does the certificate need installing?
etc

Thanks
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revroy123
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Redwulf__53Commented:
Install the certificate on ISA. Then create a HTTPS publishing rule in ISA that points to the Exchange server; ISA will ask which certificate to use for the Listener; select the new certificate.

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revroy123Author Commented:
Is it done in certificate services or is it ISA 2000 itself?

Do I need to create the certificate on the Exchange Server or the ISA box?


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Redwulf__53Commented:
"Is it done in certificate services or is it ISA 2000 itself?"
when you receive the cert from verisign, you just double-click it on the server and follow the wizard to install it.
"Do I need to create the certificate on the Exchange Server or the ISA box?"
You can create the certificate request on any server. I usually create it from the IIS on my workstation. The certificate is linked to the FQDN (webmail.mycompany.com) through its Common Name attribute, there is no link with any specific server.
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