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SharePoint 2007 and ISA Std 2006

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I am getting "500 Internal Server Error – The target principal name is incorrect." after entering username and password on ISA logon page.

Here's the senario:
Windows 2000 Server GC
SharePoint Server: Server-01.internal.domain with commercial SSL cert as sharepoint.mypublicdomain and AAM configured on SharePoint
ISA 2006 with public IP nat to internal IP, with the above SSL imported - Authentication use LDAP
Most configurations are based on MS KB268368 and everything seems to work fine until I present the ISA logon screen with a username and password, then I got "500 Internal Server Error – The target principal name is incorrect" - Please help!
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The published name of the server being accessed does not match the name on the certificate.
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That's what i've been reading and am working with Comodo to sort this out.  I will let you know the result.  Thanks, Keith!
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exactly.  thanks, keith.
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Welcome :)
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