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Publish OWA 2007 SSL and Sharepoint 2007 SSL through ISA 2006

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I have an ISA 2006 which is used for publishing Sharepoint 2007 using SSL. This all works fine. I have just installed Exchange 2007 and would also like to publish OWA SSL through the ISA 2006. Is it possible to have 2 systems using SSL 443 to be published through ISA 2006?
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Kumar_Jayant123 earned 500 total points
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Hi..
Yes it is possible but there are certain conditions to it.
The IP should be binded to one Cert only. So it will work if you are using one Cert for Two website and thus using the same listener.

One way would be a Wild Card Cert if you are using same domain name. For example If you have: "abc.xyz.com" and "www.xyz.com" you can use "*.xyz.com" for a wild card Cert.

Another way is to use a SAN Certificate and mention the names of the Web sites in the same SAN Cert. You can create a listener using the SAN and use it to publish different Web sites on different servers,

Hope this helps
Kumar
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