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OWA Cert Expires on Thursday

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So I have purchased the new UCC cert from GoDaddy.  The current (about-to-expire) certificate is a Thawte cert and expires on Thursday...  I understand how to install the cert for the web servers but we use a RiverBed, BlackBerry Enterprise (BES) and ActiveSync.  

I found the cert is installed on the RiverBed as well but I cannot find it elsewhere.  How can I check to see if I have to push this cert update out to my mobile phones?  You know, ActiveSync and Blackberry's....  

I have not done the deed yet, am just doing my due-diligence.
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Todd MostowyAmericas Regional IT Manager

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Is there a way to be sure?  I cannot have any surprises - there are around 1500 phones

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I am quite sure. As long as nothing changes such as domain name it should be fine. Just renew the cert on the server and you should be good to go.
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Do what was suggested above just to help you be more accurate.
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Last cert was Thawte, newest is GoDaddy - the rest will be the same

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Then all should be good just make sure to do it when there is least amount of traffic and also what was mentioned above.
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My Droid does and the blackberry's use BES -
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So I am about to generate this CSR but there are two servers.  Do I generate this through IIS like a normal cert?  How do I generate the second, or do I use the same cert on both servers?  ALso, on the Riverbad there is a cert.  I guess I do not understand the CSR request procedure for more than one node.....  This is for the OWA cert in Exchange 2010
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OK, I got the cert CSR generated from the EMC, sent it up, got it back and completed the pending request.  But for services, it only says IMAP and POP and needs to say IIS and SMTP as well.  Maybe I need to do the Hub Transport options too....
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Found it, right click the cert, assign services.  
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Sorry, been delayed, are you okay?
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I think I am, but I wonder if I should have used the wildcard for sub-domains.  I got an error in firefox when going to the site and it did not know the CAS hostname (or NLB cluster).  Do I need to rekey and re-do?
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the fully qualified current domain name you are using it should be the same as the last one, on the expired certificate.
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it is.  there are other DNS names and I forgot to add one was wondering if the wildcard would have fixed that for me.  I may have to re-key it.  Thanks.
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