exchange 2007 certificate renewal

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
i am running Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008 server.
the existing certificate is about to expire.
i have already requested a new public certificate from our provider and received it already.
i would like to know the steps to replace the existing certificate on the exchange server.
also, i need to replace the certificate on my firewall https listener as well, correct?

Question by:netrescue
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    Expert Comment

    how did you request the certificate ? if you did everything correctly then you only need to import it using

    import-exchangecertificate c:\name.cer | enable-exchangecertificate -service iis

    for your "firewall" if you are talking about ISA or TMG or any reverse proxy then yes it should also be installed there
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    Expert Comment

    This is a good article on the topic:
    Your firewall manual should give you help on installing it there.

    Author Comment

    thanks guys,
    i have a cisco ASA firewall. do i only need to import the certificate if it is a reverse proxy?
    i need to tell my firewall administrator if he needs to  do anything.....
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    Expert Comment

    Sorry, I don't know.
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    Accepted Solution

    there is nothing to do on your ASA it is not a reverse proxy

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