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The organizations cert has been revoked

Posted on 2011-09-02
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We have a exchange 2003 and an exchange 2010 running together on the same network. We purchased a cert for the exchange 2010 server and applied it and all was working ok.
We had to make some changes to the external dns so that the legacy was setup to direct users to either the 2003 exchange for owa or the 2010 for owa. Now since the changes have been made to the firewall and ext addresses, which I dont know what all changes were made because I did not make them, when trying to access the 2003 or the 2010 owa, the user keep getting this message and they cannot get in....

There is a problem with this website's security certificate.
 
   
 This organization's certificate has been revoked.

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Sounds like you need to talk to whomever you got the cert from (Verisign? GoDaddy?) and find out why it was revoked. At the least you need a new public cert.
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Continue to this website (not recommended).  


>> If the above option is mentioned @ the IExplore, this might not be the revoked cert. rather the cert. without the proper hierarchy.

>> check if all the root-CAs and inter-root-CAs are installed on the server\clients?
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the certificate ur trying to view has revoked or the certificate chain is not proper.

U need to go to the public certificate authority who gave u this cet and ask them to give u a new one
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The issue was with the cert from godaddy.. Had to get another cert.
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new cert
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