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Import SBS08 Cert into HTC/WinMobile

Posted on 2010-08-17
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Hi Experts,

i want to connect a HTC Touch Pro Windows Mobile device to a SBS2008 with a selfsigned certificate.

I downloaded the certificate with IE on my desktop-pc from the OWA webpage, copied the .cer file to the phone and installed it by clicking. Ive done this on SBS2003 hundered of times.

with SBS2008 i doesnt work. i noticed, that the old SBS2003 cert was installed as a root certificate. the new SBS2008 cert is installed as an intermidate certificate.

Can anybody help?
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i found the installcertificate.exe in \public\downloads and run it with the option "install on mobile device"
after that, the cert was found in root-certificates and it works
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