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Exchange 2010 SSL Certificate RE Install

Hi,
I have a exchange 2010 with mutipile domains and a godaddy ssl cert with all the domain on it.
I have just added a new domain to our exchange 2010 server.
Question: i need to regenerate a new certificate from the exchange 2010 with the new domain in it so i can put it into my godaddy ssl so that i can regenerate a new cerrt then install into the exchnage 2010 and IIS.

Q1 how do i generate a CSR with the new added domain.
Q2. how do i regenrate the cert in godday multipile domain ssl cert
Q3 reinstall it on the exchange and windows server

Many Thanks
Joel

can sombody help me with the CSR ithink its call
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alphanetworks
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AkhaterCommented:
Hi,

Open Exchange Management Console -> Server configuration and select from the right hand side window your server.

Then look further at the right you have a "Create a new Certificate request" this is the wizard you should use to create your new CSR

just pay attention your new CSR should include all your old domains + the new one.

once you get the CSR you just need to go to godaddy site and rekey it

finally you go back to the same place in exchange and you will see a certificate with state pending, you right click on it and select complete pending certificate request
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
HI Thanks for the quick response do i use owa or active synch and if owa do i use both intranet aswell
also i have existing domain in there autodiscover.xxx.yyy where do i put the mail.xxx.yyy if i use the owa

thanks awaiting your quick response
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AkhaterCommented:
I don't understand the question ? you will need to put autodiscover.xxx.yy and owa.xxx.yy in the sans for sure
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
sorry blond moment i think i need to use 4th option
(web servies, outlook anywhere and autodiscover
is this correct
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AkhaterCommented:
Oh I see what you mean,

yes you can use this one, just make sure all the names you want are in the SAN (next screen)
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
so it should look like
mail.alpha.xxx.yyy
autodiscover.xxx.yyy
mail.hp.xxx.yyy.
autodiscover.hp.xxx.yyy
mail.intel.xxx.yyy
autodiscover.xxx.yyy
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AkhaterCommented:
:) assuming you are using mail to get to owa then yes this looks correct
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
ok here goes
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
now i have the req file the i import it into go daddy is this correct
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AkhaterCommented:
yes you go to godaddy and rekey your certificate, it will ask you for the CSR copy paste the content of this file
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
i use note pad to edit the req file
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AkhaterCommented:
you mean to open the .req file right ? yes notepad is fine
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
no that i have the p7b file and crt  file what do i do next
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AkhaterCommented:
forget the p7b file

go back to exchange -> server config and select your sever, in the lower portion of the screen you have a certificate (the one you just created) showing as pending. right click on it and complete pending request and point it ot the .crt file when prompted
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
do i not need to install the  Intermediate Certification Authoritie in Certificates local computer account
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
it completed ok now its says false by seldigned and when i go to https:// owa does not load
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AkhaterCommented:
you just loaded the certificate or you enabled the services for IIS ?

what is the exact error you are getting on OWA ?
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
quick q  i see u know your stuff on exchange 2010 can u help me with a dag issue at clients of mine
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AkhaterCommented:
open another question for this issue and upadte this thread with a link to the new question and I will see what/if i can help
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alphanetworksAuthor Commented:
Many thanks for your help.
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