UC SAN Certificate in exchange

Posted on 2011-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
my client is migrating to exchange 2010 from 2003 do we require to make any changes to certifcate or do we require any certificate. also tell me what is UC SAN Certificate
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    for the exchange 2010 you will need the UCC SAN cert, this is a cert that contains multiple names such as - - - etc....

    the certificate is required if you are to use outlook anywhere, oof, oab.

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    can you please tell me what is oof, oab. also tell will it be require for autodiscover also.

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    Also tell me if i install the old certificate to new server just tell which kind of problems i will face apart from autodiscover or outlook anywhere.
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    OOF = out of office
    OAB = ofline address book

    yes auto discover is also requires certificate. You can buy  a single certificate with multiple SAN
    if you want to use your old certificate on new server the you have to revoke old one and need to generate new CSR from new server and get reissue certificate

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