Here's the situation.
We have a domain named "MyDomain" and already have a self-signed certificate on the Exchange 2007 server. We'll call the Exchange server "MyExchangeServer".
The domain has a netbios name of "DomainNB" and the FQDN is known as "Domain.Local".
The self-signed certificate on the Exchange server reads "MyExchangeServer" but when accessing OWA you get a certificate warning stating that the name is mismatched. This is because the OWA address is "https://webmail.domain.com/owa".
I'd like to add this OWA address into the current certificate or create a new one which includes the info from the current cert along with the OWA address.
I found a very helpful article which explains how to do just through the Exchange Management Shell:
The issue is the example they give is a little confusing to me and I was hoping someone can give me instructions in plain english, using my domain info above so I can accomplish this.
FYI - the whole reason I'm doing this is because I have a demo Windows 7 phone I'm trying to connect to the Exchange server and it won't connect because of the certificate name mismatch. I'm assuming once this new certificate is created and placed in the Exchange server's Trusted Root Certification Authorities folder I'll be able to connect with the phone successfully.
One more thing is that when I browse the "local computer" certificates on the Exchange server, I find the self-signed certificate. It is not currently in the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" folder. Is this going to be an issue?
Any help would be appreciated.