I have a an SBS2008SP2 server running Exchange 2007. There are about 15 users connected through locally connected PC's on the SBS domain and another 10 connecting from a workgroup who use RPC/HTTPS to connect to Exchange accounts on the SBS2008 box. All worked well until the trusted certificate expired today.
There is a problem with the existing certificated provider - I'll not go into that. I have managed to get the local domain users operational again by switching to a self signed certificate, however the remote users still see a Security certificate error when they attempt to login to outlook.
I'm aware I need to install the new certificate onto the remote machines but the location of the certificate detailed in various documents says that it should be at c:\users\Public\Public Downloads (local server) This appears not to be the case.
I have run the fix my network wizard and also run the Internet connection wizard in an attempt to publish to the expected place but to no avail.
The certificate as veiwed in the SBS console-Network-Connectivi
ty tab shows a self signed certificate valid for two years from today (when I created the self signed certificate) The certificate in the public area has a previously created self signed certificate dated to 2015.
How do I get the public area to update with the newly created certificate ??
I have tried the Internet Address Management Wizard through the SBS Console and the 'Setup your Internet Address' option in the above Connectivity tab but this results in the attached errors - I understand this wizard should update the public area. It is sending me around in a circle.
If the non domain users connect over a VPN then they can connect to email. We don't want all users here to have VPN connectivity.
I'm running out of options here, hope someone can help.