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I am trying to do this: Configure Web Components Server Certificate
I do not see this : Authentication > Select Bindings from the Action Pane.

Is there a different way to do this in IIS 6 / the one that comes in Server 2003?

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http://www.shudnow.net/2009/01/12/office-communications-server-2007-r2-enterprise-deployment-part-3/

Step 3 , my IIS looks different.

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