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Exchange 2010 certificate problem

Posted on 2010-11-19
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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 valuesystem.eu, but exchange 2010 looking for mail.valuesystem.eu

Where to modify it in Echange 2010 ?

Giuseppe

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by:BigBadWolf_000
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You need a UCC o SAN cert that includes valuesystem.eu which is your domain (i assume) and mail.valuesystem.eu which I assume is the Exchange server FQDN

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Can you please help me step by step ?
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by:BigBadWolf_000
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This should help you....
http://www.digicert.com/ssl-certificate-installation-microsoft-exchange-2010.htm

But first you nee to by a UCC cert with....
valuesystem.eu
mail.valuesystem.eu (if this is your exchange server FQDN)
webmail.valuesystem.eu (this would be your OWA site)
autodiscover.valuesystem.eu
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by:mattconroy
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If you have a Windows 2003 CA you can create a SAN Cert from the Exchange Server.
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by:uniprof
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Hi BigBadWolf,
ok I bought a UCC certificate, installed.
Now the problem is different, exchange return me autodiscover.valuesystem.eu instead of autodiscover.valuesystem.it.



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uniprof:
Seems like you have two external domains
valuesystem.eu
valuesystem.it

When you purchased the cert which domain did you include in the cert
autodiscover.valuesystem.eu  or autodiscover.valuesystem.it?

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