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Exchange 2010 Certificate Count

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* Can someone tell me how many certificates are needed for the setup below?

4 sites, 3 production sites and 1 DR site (1 DR site covers for all 3 production sites)

4 domains, 1 empty forest root and 3 child domains, 1 child domain for each of the 3 production sites.

9 Exchange 2010 multirole CAS/HT/MBX servers in 3 different child domains (3 Exchange servers in each of the 3 child domains)

[3] 3-node DAGs (2 active mailbox servers in the production site, 1 passive mailbox server in DR. 1 DAG for each child domain)

4 CAS arrays, 1 in each site

Pair of F5 load balancers in each of the 4 sites

External mail hosted for a single mail domain

No Internet facing Exchange services like Outlook Anywhere, Outlook WebApp and ActiveSync

Outlook 2010 clients internally

Thanks.

 

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For all this its a better thing to contact a CA. As they will give the best possible solution.
Godaddy is providing certs at a nominal rate and offcourse reliable.
Try once.
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