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Exchange 2010 Client Access Array and UCC Cert

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We are migrating for Ex2007 to Ex2010 and I'm getting a certificate error when clients are connected to the new Client Access Array.  In the UCC cert I have the fqdn of the Client Access Array which is ex2010nlb.sbm.local in the array there are 3 CAS servers.  The cas server are bear, bear2, and bear3.  When I look at the connection status it shows to be connected to the Client Access Array but shortly after I open outlook I will get a certificate error, actually I'll get three one for each server.

My question is do I need to add each individual cas server to the ucc or is there a setting somewhere that I have not configured yet.

Thanks

Danny
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It's a good idea to add all the server names to the UCC. In addition you'll want to make sure you have Autodiscover configured correctly and an entry on the cert that allows for autodiscover.domain.com or whatever address you have configured for the autodiscover interlal and external urls.
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