We just got a 2008 R2 server that runs Exchange 2010.
Right now we just have a self-signed SSL in which is issued to "mail" (not "mail.example.com", just "mail") and it cause security warnings for OWA and ActiveSync.
I want an SSL that won't give any of these errors and will work with and allow me to setup Outlook Anywhere.
First off, will just the standard GoDaddy SSL for $12.99 suffice? I ask because some people talk about getting a SAN or UCC SSL (or whatever its called) to cover all the following:
However, I don't see why the SSL needs to cover the ".local" address, just the internal name, and the "autodiscovery" on our server is a subfolder (mail.example.com/autodiscover), not a subdomain (I think anyways).
Can someone explain, and tell me if a simple GoDaddy certificate issued for "mail.example.com" will suffice?
I decided against the single $12.99 godaddy certificate, but after some more research, their UCC certificate is supposed to work great for Exchange, so I am finishing up getting that going, however, in the process I found that autodiscover is a bit different than I expected.
Autodiscover is setup as "mail.example.com/autodisc
Can someone give me direction on how to change the setup/settings for autodiscover?