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Certifacation for Windows 2008 R2 and Exchange 2010

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I was trying to add certifacation on my server and made some mistake. (I know very little about what I was doing)
Now I cannot connect with RDP to the server and Exchange is not answaring my Oulook and I cannot connect to  the Exchange Management Console.
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are you able to ping the server..certificate deployment can't down your server.. Please tell what steps you have taken
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I did undo adding certification and every thing start working.
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by:Justin Owens
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It would be better if you would tell us the steps you took to add certification.  I don't like to disagree with other Experts, but I have seen instances where a bad certificate renders Exchange non-functional (though admittedly, rarely).

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by:soffcec
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I was trying to connect my Nokia Lumia 800 to my Exchange, I was told to add some certification to the phone and I did not find them on my Exchange server.
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Well, that tells us the why, but not the what/how.  For example, did you get a publicly signed Cert (like from VeriSign or GoDaddy (no, I am not endorsing either))?  If so, what process did you use to get the cert and then install it, and where was it installed?

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by:soffcec
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Maybe I should make a new question, but I am now trying to remove SSL from my Exchange 2010 so I can connect to him thru port 143 (IMAP) without any security. Is that possible ?
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I have moved my Exchange to the Microsoft cloud and everything works well
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