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Cant connect to Exchange Server 2010via outllook

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I have an Exchange server behind isa server 2006 for some reason i can connect to outlook via a remote connection but i can connect locally my auto discovery is not working so I am very lost at the moment. What Ports do I have to have open for Exchange to be properly working. I'm also having major issues installing a godady ssl cert on isa it keeps asking for a private key any help would really be grateful, thanks for your time
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the below article shows the step by step approach to configure ISA 2006 SP1 with Exchange 2010 Server, have a look on it. The article also talk about the Outlook Anywhere, ActiveSync configuration on ISA.

http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/12/17/453625.aspx
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The private key is in your server where you requested the cert, I think you did this on exchange server,

Here is how you can solve the issue:

1. Install the cert on Exchange certificate on exchange server
2. Export the certificate and map that you want to export private key as part of export
3. Import this file in ISA
4. Use the cert

You are done for this part

For the ports, 443 is what is required and i hope you are using a SAN Certificate for both auto-discover and mail server address, if not then it is advised to use that as that helps
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What do you mean by San cert
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SAN Cert is where you have multiple domain names in the same certificate : What is also known as UCC for go daddy : http://help.godaddy.com/article/4649 

http://www.godaddy.com/ssl/ssl-certificates.aspx?ci=8979 
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If you use the same domain name internall and externally, then create an A record "autodiscover" in your internal domain... this should solve your autodiscory issue..
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Thanks guys helped slot thanks amil
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