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Exchange 2007 - selfsigned certificate -> 'can not find thumbprint'

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Hello experts,

Im running a SBS2008 with exchange2007. Right now I like to add a selfsigned certificate to my IMAP,SMTP,IIS and POP Services.

I added the certificate with the following command:
New-Exchangecertificate ...
As soon as I like to enable this certificate to my services, I recieve an error:

The Certificate was not found.
The certificate was not found.

I allready verified if the thumb is correctly written....unfortunately Im stucked right now. pls help.


Thanks in advance

Best regards from GER
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no you just created the certificate request, you still need to issue the certificate with your Certificate Authority and then install it back on exchange using the install-exchangecertificate

finally you can enable the certificate using the "new" thumbprint
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by:imkottees
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does this command bring your newly installed certificate..

Get-ExchangeCertificate
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what i mean is that your command didn't generate a self singed certificate, if this is what you want then remove the generaterequest and the path
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by:Blieswood
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@imkottees

Yes, the new certificate comes up.

How should I do this @Akhater ?
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by:Blieswood
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Well, this How-To-Does not match my exchane version 2007 :-/
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by:Akhater
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I already told you try the same command without generate request and path
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Thank you Akhater!
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