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I am in the process of deploying a Lync 2010 server.  I've hit the point where it wants a certificate for the 3 URLs.  Is using SSL an absolute requirement?  We don't anticipate exposing this server to the outside world...strictly for internal use (at least we think!) so is there a way around this roadblock (other than buying a cert...)?
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MichaelVH earned 1500 total points
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AFAIK you need those SSL certs. Alternatively you could use certs from your internal CA since it's only for internal use.

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The answer seemed a bit vague, using "AFAIK" which leaves room for doubt.  As it turns out, it appears to be the correct answer so I awarded the points but not with a top score.  I had to go and do further research to feel like I had a good answer.
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