We used Godaddy to provide our SSL certificates for both IIS and Exchange itself for the host smtp.domain.co.nz which is what our internal and external dns resolves to. This is working fine but the certificate has a 2 year expiry which happens tomorrow. I am trying to determine that if I use the renew option with godaddy, how I get iis to accept the certificate and how I apply this to IIS and Exchange 2007? Will the renew process ask me to get another CSR from the IIS server?
I was under the impression in order to put a certificate into iis, you had to make a certificate request (CSR) which you then give to GD, and then complete the request when the cert is issued by godaddy?
Also what is the command to overwrite the certificate in exchange?
I want to make sure the entire process is as seamless to the end users as possible. Last time we went from self signed to externally provided ssl, for a while each outlook client got a ssl certificate prompt on the workstation.
I am a little familiar with IIS/Exchange 2007 and SSL, but nice simple explanations please :)
It's possible this client wants to change the domain name, and use this instead of what they have, can I request a certificate which would work for smtp.domain1.co.nz and smtp.domain2.co.nz at the same time?