I recently purchased a UCC certificate from GoDaddy to service autodiscover.domain.com and mail.domain.com. (primarily for http over rpc from external).
I installed the certificate through certficate magament, and installed/enabled through exchange powershell. (Enable-exchangecertificate –services IIS, SMTP –thumbprint D75305BEF8175570EB6E03BA6FF4372D05ACE39F4
All went on fine. I am now having issues with my setup, (primarily the services to which the certificates apply). When I apply to SMTP and IIS, Outlook Anywhere then works perfectly from remote devices but fails on OWA in the local domain (certificate error - names do not match - http://sites.owa
is being serviced by mail.domain.com).
I have applied various my internal/ucc certificates to services, but something always fails. Any advice on how I should configure this so everything is serviced correctly. Maybe I should be looking at hosts files on my internal netwotk??
I am running exchange 2007 SP2. Half of my internal network is using OWA as the main
I have the option of changing the alt names on my existing cert by managing it through the godaddy website, so dont think that re-keying will be necessary. I have added servername.domain.local and servername to my existing cert and am now awaiting it being issued (understandable they have a manual checking process).
I'm not sure that they will be happy to issue to just servername though as this could resolve to anywhere. I might just be being paranoid!!!?
I will report back when I know more.
Assuming that all is well with the certificate, what address would my internal clients use to connect to my SBS sites? I assume that the default http://sites/owa and http://servername/owa would be in?