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I'm in the process of migrating from Exchange 2003 SP2 to Exchange 2010 SP1, I have half the users moved over already and I'm noticing that Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 prompt me 2 times upon launching the security certificate name on my exchange server doesn't match the one on my SSL cert.

I have 2 SSL certs installed, the one that Exchange creates itself with the computers netbios name and then my issued SSL cert for my external domain.  Outlook always pulls the SSL cert with my external domain and not the other cert that has the netbios name that it is looking for.

I read something about autodiscover and a bunch of commands I can do, but really don't think it is needed since I do have an SSL cert for the internal PC name and a different one for the external domain name, just think there should be a way to specify default cert for local requests.
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First link isn't really helpful, half way through second one and I have first cert prompt gone, just not both.
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Think we're good, haven't gotten any security cert prompts
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