I'm migrating an SBS 2003 box to SBS 2008, and I want to keep the public name of the server that I assign to the SSL cert the same - mail.domainname.com. In the past, I've found that SBS 2008 really pushes you toward remote.domainname.com.
how do I tell SBS 2008 to reconfigure its references to its FQDN to be mail.domainname.com instead of remote.domainname.com. On one of my installs, I bought an SSL cert for mail.domainname.com - found it kept seeming to want it to be remote.domainname.com - so I just bought remote.domainname.com.
Alternatively, would it make more sense to install a UCC SSL certificate where I could use multiple FQDNs (mail.domainname.com, remote.domainname.com, autodiscover.domainname.com). If so, is there a good place for instructions on installing a UCC certificate on SBS 2008?
This is important to eliminate reconfiguration of various resources after I do the 2003 to 2008 migration I'm doing this weekend.