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certificate error - id 1005

At this one site we noticed there were multiple certificates on the same Exchange 2007 server. So similar to other sites we support, we removed all certificates but one. I thought we had selected the correct certificate to leave on the server but I now think we selected the wrong certificate.

As background EXCHANGE is the name of the mail server and the STR.ORG is the domain.

One reason I believe it is the wrong certificate is because when I run  'Test-OutlookWebServices | FL' the system return an error on ID 1005 and the desc states....

When accessing https://exchange.str.org/Autodiscover/Autodiscover.x
 ml the error "RemoteCertificateNameMismatch:CN=mail.str.org, DC=str
 cr, DC=org" was reported.

The other reason is because I now see that the remaining certificate references 'mail.cfncr.org' rather than 'exchange.str.org' (which is how I setup other sites)

Can someone please advise how I go about creating a new certificate that references 'exchange.cfncr.org' and gets rid of the 1005 error message?
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bnrtech
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sunnyc7Commented:
hi there brntech.

Use this tool to install / uninstall certs.
u-btech.com/products/certificate-manager-for-exchange-2007.html

If you uninstalled a UCC/SAN cert, you can pull down a fresh copy from the provider and reinstall it.
If it's a self-signed cert (not advisable) - then regenerate one and assign it.
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bnrtechAuthor Commented:
thanks sunnyc7. nice util...very easy to use.

funny enough, after creating a new cert with this util and then running 'test-OutlookWebServices | FL' the 1005 line is not even listed as a line item during the test. Guessing maybe 1005 only shows up if there is an issue
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