Importing Certificate to multiple CAS Servers

Posted on 2011-05-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have two 2010 CAS Servers which I have configured into a CAS Array.  I purchased a new SAN Cert. I made a Cert Request on one of the CAS Server and I installed the new SAN Cert with no issues.  Can I import the same SAN Cert into the other CAS Server?

When I tried to import the SAN Cert into CAS Server #2 we started receiving errors in Outlook regarding the Cert.
Question by:JimmyRiverside
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    This may be different with exchange 2010 than with 2007 but Im guessing its the same. When we did our installation of exchange 2007 we had to buy a cert that contained multiple names. Our setup used 2 cas servers so we had both of those listed in the cert request.

    Our cert contained the following in the names section

    I believe if you were to follow a similar patter for your 2010 cas server this should work for you.

    Again this is how we did our 2007 installation and im not sure if 2010 is different.

    Author Comment

    After you added the Cert to the first CAS Server did you Export the same CERT with a private key to the 2nd CAS Server?

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