Installing Cert to Multiple CAS

Posted on 2011-05-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
How do I apply SAN Cert to CAS Array?  I have two 2010 CAS Servers in my CAS Array which are NLB.  No problem with installing the SAN Cert on the EXCAS01.  But when we import the SAN Cert to EXCAS02 we get an error in Outlook 2010 that the Cert on EXCAS02 "Is Not Valid"

Any ideas?
Question by:JimmyRiverside
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    by:Tyler Laczko
    You need to install it on the first server.
    Export it.
    Import the exported key on the other servers.
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    What names you are using in your certificate. You'll need to mention the name of both the CAS servers in your cert. then only it will work.

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