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How do i disable SSL certificate for Exchange Active Sync in Exchange 2007

Posted on 2009-07-02
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I have a windows mobile device in which will not accept the SSL certificate installed on it. This is down to the corruption of the windows mobile OS. So i would like to use Active Sync with out the SSL certifcate on the server side. Can anyone tell me how to remove/disable the SSL certificate in Exchange 2007 and if this would have any conciquences?
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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Find the Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync Virtual Directory in IIS Manager.  Look at it's properties (Directory Security), and uncheck Require Secure Channel.  The consequences are that anyone running a protocol analyser on your network might be able to see the users credentials, and read the messages being transferred to the client.
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by:Ben-KoreIT
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As simple as that!!! I shall give that a go. I understand that cociquence i was wondering if it had any bearing on OWA but i suppose that is a seperate virtual directory at which the SSL can be applied seperately??
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Well, it must be the opposite of this:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb266938.aspx
(I just checked to make sure that you're not supposed to use Set-ActiveSyncVirtualDirectory in EMS).

Has no effect at all on OWA.
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Thanks for this
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