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Windows SBS 2011 / Exchange 2010, change listening port of OWA and keep autodiscover working

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I have a situation where i can't get my autodiscover to work for some reason.
I have a Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard wich contains Exchange 2010 offcourse.

I need to adjust the listening port of my OWA, because the default HTTPS port is used for a primary application.

So i found wizards and read alot about it and i have managed to change the port to 3500.

When i go to the url: https://remote.companyname.com:3500/owa everything looks great and my multidomain certificate is working and it looks great.

But for some reason when i start Outlook, Outlook pops up a message about my certificate and the first 2 checkmarks are ok, but the 3rd isn't.

When i view the certificate the name corresponding in that certificate is one i can't find in my Exchange Management Console at the certificate overview and i think this one is from the company where the first SSL certificate is from, wich i used last year.

When i do a connection test in with my outlook i receive an error 0x80004005.

Anyone who has the time and would like do the effort to help me with the last piece to get this up and running?
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