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Repercussions or SSL Certificate sway for iOS ActiveSync Users?

Posted on 2013-02-07
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Our Exchange server's SSL certificate will expire this weekend and will have to be swapped out.  We're wondering if remotely connected mobile device users (iOS Users) connected via ActiveSync (SSL Enabled) will experience any disruption in service or other anomalies.  

If so, can you share any remedial steps from experience?  Thanks.
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yes they will have a warning once the certificate expires, the easiest way is to issue another one and switch before it expires
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Thanks - any idea of what can/might occur once the cert is switched, if anything, assuming the install goes correctly and the cert is strait?  Trying to anticipate all possibilities.
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if you change it before it expires with a trust certificate nothing will occur
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