OCS - Certificate error

Posted on 2009-04-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-29
Hi Guys - i have successfully installed OCS2007 but i get an error regarding the address book, its related to the IIS cert and when i change the default cert to the FQDN of the OCS server it works. However when i do this our OWA no longer works so i need to keep our default IIS cert to the webmail one which means OCS 2007 doesnt work!

Anyone have a work around for this?
Question by:PulseLearning
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    You can use a SAN cert (for a commercial cert look for SAN, multi-domain, or UC) that is issued to the hostname and FQDN for your OCS server.  Make sure to include the name that is defined in the Subject field for the CSR into the list of SAN attributes when you submit the cert request to the CA for signing.

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