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Web Services Errors on CAS after creating new Self signed certificate

Atfter creating a new Certificate, I am getting Web Services Errors on CAS and no Clients can use server for AutoDiscover
Environment Exchange 2007 on Win 2008, Outlook 2007 clients
I ran test-outlookwebservices | fl  Below are the results:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>test-outlookwebservices -id:testuser@swfwmd.state.
fl.us -clientaccessServer TestHub |fl


Id      : 1003
Type    : Information
Message : About to test AutoDiscover with the e-mail address testuser@swfw
          md.state.fl.us.

Id      : 1007
Type    : Information
Message : Testing server TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net with the published name https
          ://TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net/EWS/Exchange.asmx & .

Id      : 1019
Type    : Information
Message : Found a valid AutoDiscover service connection point. The AutoDiscover
           URL on this object is https://TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net/Autodiscover/
          Autodiscover.xml.

Id      : 1013
Type    : Error
Message : When contacting https://TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net/Autodiscover/Autodis
          cover.xml received the error The underlying connection was closed: An
           unexpected error occurred on a send.

Id      : 1013
Type    : Error
Message : When contacting https://TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net/Autodiscover/Autodis
          cover.xml received the error Unable to read data from the transport c
          onnection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote h
          ost.

Id      : 1013
Type    : Error
Message : When contacting https://TestHub.ad.swfwmd.net/Autodiscover/Autodis
          cover.xml received the error An existing connection was forcibly clos
          ed by the remote host

Id      : 1006
Type    : Error
Message : The Autodiscover service could not be contacted.

My plan is to add a new Certificate from a CA, will this correct the issues above?
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swfwmd2
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swfwmd2Author Commented:
I have corrected the issue myself with the following actions:

1.      Obtain your certificate thumbprint by running the Get-ExchangeCertificate command.
[PS] C:\> Get-ExchangeCertificate -DomainName your.domain.name
Thumbprint                                Services   Subject
----------                                --------   -------
136849A2963709E2753214BED76C7D6DB1E4A270  .....      CN=your.domain.name
                                           
2.      Enable your certificate for use with Exchange by running the Enable-ExchangeCertificate command. Enable-ExchangeCertificate -ThumbPrint [paste] -Services "SMTP, IMAP, IIS"
3.      You can now re-run the Get-ExchangeCertificate command to verify that the certificate was successfully installed.
4.      Test your certificate by connecting to your server with IE, ActiveSync, or Outlook.

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