Disable SonicWall Viewpoint SSL

I've been busting my brain trying to figure out why my self signed cert will not work on my Outlook Anywhere config. I realized though that the cert that is prompting when i browse with the iE is actually a cert for the Sonic Wall Viewpoint server and not the one for the Exchange server.

I have been up and down the firewall rules and NAT rules looking for the thing and it just isn't there that I can tell. I have disabled Viewpoint completely but when I go back and hit the page again, it gives the dang warning.

So my question is, how can I remove the redirect to the viewpoint login screen, or what would you do to get around this. I really need RPC over HTTP to work and am looking for tips. I am going to sleep on it and have to hit it again tomorrow.

I saw where I can install the server cert on the firewall but that was a wild stab that didn't do anything for me.

Any help is much appreciated.

THANKS!
jmiller2781Asked:
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crouthamelaCommented:
Viewpoint is a reporting software from SonicWALL, do you mean you are getting the HTTPS management login? If so, go to System -> Administration and change the port to 444 if you are trying to use 443 to your Exchange.
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jmiller2781Author Commented:
I think I found out my problem. I was trying to access the IP using the DNS entry that I had modified a couple days earlier. It still isnt resolving correctly. So the firewall was functioning properly, I was just using the wrong info.

The tip above was useful though as I needed to do this anyway. So you are the winner!
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