Exchange 2010 certificate problem

Posted on 2010-11-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
After many trials with self certificate, I have bought a certificate from MyDaddy.
Now I have the following prolbem you see in the image.

The certificate is for, but exchange 2010 looking for

Where to modify it in Echange 2010 ?


Question by:uniprof
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You need a UCC o SAN cert that includes which is your domain (i assume) and which I assume is the Exchange server FQDN


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Can you please help me step by step ?
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This should help you....

But first you nee to by a UCC cert with.... (if this is your exchange server FQDN) (this would be your OWA site)
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Expert Comment

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If you have a Windows 2003 CA you can create a SAN Cert from the Exchange Server.

Author Comment

ID: 34179290
Hi BigBadWolf,
ok I bought a UCC certificate, installed.
Now the problem is different, exchange return me instead of

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BigBadWolf_000 earned 500 total points
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Seems like you have two external domains

When you purchased the cert which domain did you include in the cert  or

In your external DNS you need an A record to point autodiscover.valuesystem.suffixusedincert
to point to your Exchange server external IP address

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ID: 34180699
Also, How many exchange servers do you have?
What are the FQDNs for the servers and roles on each server?

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