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Exchange 2003 /FE-BE/ OWA SSL Implementation Errors

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I am attempting to apply SSL cert fo Exchange virtual directory in OWA FE-BE setup....I am unable to chose DIRECTORY SECURITY tab when working within EXCHANGE viritual directory on FE server. Any assistance would be appreciated!

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Question by:cdsouthern
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You shouldn't be setting the SSL certificate at the directory level. SSL certificates are set at the virtual server level.

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