How do I setup separte SSL certificate for diffrent domains in Exchange 2007/2010

Posted on 2011-03-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi all,

I have a question... We have installed an Exchange 2010 on our company... we own sevral of companies an dto them we have domains
so now we have bought one certificate for each domainaddress... we have installed one certificate and it works fine...

But we have more domains on the server (we have installed the server and separeted the comapanys) and now will we install the other
cert on the exchange server and wonder how??

Why we want it like this is because when users go to our diffrent etc. shouldnt they get any error message
like they gets to day. Its not so nice that they get an cert error...

So my question is how solve this?

Question by:Saab_Bcss
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Expert Comment

ID: 35107664
you need to get one certificate with multiple SAN (Subject Alternate Names)

Author Comment

ID: 35107717
Can you give me example on who sell this cert?
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Expert Comment

ID: 35107724
godady, verisign, thawte just to name a few

it is called SAN or UCC certificates
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Author Comment

ID: 35108090
sorry  I duoblle check...

If I by this cert I can do exacly what I discribe i question and I can use for exempel

On same server?
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Expert Comment

ID: 35108717
exactly not only on the same server but in the same certificate

Author Comment

ID: 35108807
And last questions

I will install it av all other certificates in Exchange...

Thanks for the help...
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Akhater earned 500 total points
ID: 35108854
yes sure, once you have it on one server you export it and install it on others

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