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We want to setup Outlook Anywhere for outlook 2007 & 2010 notebooks.
However, we do not have public certificate for our Exchange 2010.
Any advise how can we to do that?
Such as setup private Microsoft CA or others..
Thank you.
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The easiest solution is to get a public certificate.

The hard solution is to set up the Microsoft CA and create a PKI infrastructure. You'll have to assign your web server a certificate and add the root certificate of your CA to the certificate store of all your clients. This can be done through  group policy.

The downside to this is that computers that access OA that don't have the root certificate installed will receive certificate errors.
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