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RPC over HTTP Certificate, Exchange & ISA setup Question

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ExchangeWindows Server 2003
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Hi I have what I can only hope is an easy question...

I look after a site where clients have been using OWA and RPC over HTTP for almost 2 years now but the Certificate has now expired and I need to create a new one.  The problem I have is that I cant remember how too&.

I have logged into https://{Server}/certsrv and created a new Web Server certificate with the friendly name of {companyname}  When I go to export the certificate it shows up in the MMC with Issued To {Servername} & Issued by {Servername}.  Last year the certificate showed as Issued To {companyname} & Issued by {Servername}.
Also once this certificate is imported the into ISA 2006 server we use I cannot assign it to a web listener as the Validity is Invalid.

Has any one got time to give me a quick step by step how to setup the certificates on an Exchange 2003 server so that we can use OWA & RPC over HTTP with ISA 2006? I do know the Issued To name is normally the external URL address but I dont seem to be able to issue a Certificate to that address&

I hope someone out there has the time to help as its driving me crazy now.  Thanks in advance.
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