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Posted on 2011-09-15
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HI,

I am trying to use a UCC certificate on exchange 2003, at the moment I am having issues generating the request from the server so wondered if it actually support this kind of certificate.

If it does can you please explain how i generate the request and get it to work.

thanks

ali
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2003 does support UCC certificates, however you will need to get the CSR from somewhere else or generate the certificate with one name in IIS and then add teh SAN from the CA you are buying from. a lot (like godaddy and digicert) will let you add the SAN while buying
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Hi,

thanks for that , do you know of a web site where i can generate the csr request ?
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the csr cannot be generated from a website it has to be generated on your server.

Generate a regular certificate on your IIS and then use a CA who allows you to add SAN
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