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Lync Edge Public Certificate Installation Issue

Posted on 2013-01-21
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I have a lync 2010 environment up and running.  I am running into one issue.  I am not able to get the external (Public) certificate installed correctly.  I have purchased a Standard UCC SSL cert from godaddy.  I cannot figure out how to get the cert installed on my server.  My lync server just shows the status for the external edge certificate as missing.  This was working at one point, but I changed the SAN associated with the cert now I can't figure out what I need to do to re-install the cert on the server.

Please help as I need to get this going ASAP.
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Download the SSL cert to the Lync Edge Server and place in a folder you know where to get to.

You'll need to run the Lync Server Deployment Wizard on your Edge server

Select Install or update Lync Server System

Select step 3, request, install or Assign Certificiate.

You should be able to follow from there.



Not 100% sure if it has to be on your Edge server or not, could very possible be managed from the central Lync Server.
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I figured it out with a Microsoft case.  Thanks for your help though.
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