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Exchange 2010 OWA SSL Certicate - How can I find the current status on my External SSL Certificate?

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I am running Windows 2008 R2 - 64BIT with Exchange 2010.  I am trying to locate the STATUS of the current external SSL certificate for owa.domain.com/owa.  I've found many articles on requesting, applying, etc. a certificate.  However, I need to find the status of the current account.  I'd like to know when it expires, etc.  Once I determine that information I can go through the request a new certifcate process.

Any assistance in finding the status is appreciatted.  Thank in advance
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Question by:copio
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by:ctc1900
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Try the following on the server you want to investigate.  The "Status" and "NotAfter" field are the ones you'd wan to keep an eye on

Get-ExchangeCertificate |fl

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chakko earned 500 total points
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Open your OWA inside of Internet Explorer and click the lock icon and then view the certificate information.

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by:copio
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Thanks, that did it.  The other command yielded me the internal cert, but not the OWA cert.  Thanks all.
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