Standard UCC SSL for Exchange 2010 SAN

Hi There,

I have one Standard UCC SSL with GoDaddy with only 5 subdomains included in the package.
I am setting up Outlook anywhere and I will need to add to the certificate.

Current SANs are:


Can I replace with ?

Rodrigo CarrilhoAsked:
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NetfloConnect With a Mentor Commented:
In answer to your question, yes. I personally would have configured your certificate as follows: - Certificate name - SAN
servername.domain.local - SAN
servername - SAN

Make sure your MX record points to or any other friendly name. This name doesn't need to be on your SSL certificate.

The following are not required, based on a typical scenario
autodiscover.domain.local - Not required - Not required

When you add the new certificate back into your Exchange server, Exchange won't see it, as you need to generate the private key again. You will need to perform the following:
Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
i guess its best to consult the same with GoDaddy as you might need to create a new cert from the server with the records and get them with a cert.

- Rancy
Rodrigo CarrilhoAuthor Commented:
thanks Rancy.
Sorry if I  wasn't clear enough.

I know I can drop/add SANs with GoDaddy but I was wondering from the Exchange point of view if I will achieve my goal.

Is it really necessary to include external DNS (MX record) on a SSL certificate?

Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Yes you can .... a good writeup from netflo should help your cause.
Also please remember to have only the new Cert :)

- Rancy
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