Exchange 2010 SSL Certificate Error?

Posted on 2013-05-13
Last Modified: 2013-05-28
We have Win2k8 server and exchange 2010 sp3 updated server.

But from last 15 days all of my external user is facing this issue as per the attached file.

Outlook is configured successfully on other users end and internal users also facing the same issue.

Suggest me how to resolve this issue.

Question by:techgyan
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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The error means what it says.
Autodiscover resolves to a host which doesn't have it in the SSL certificate.
That either means the DNS is setup incorrectly, or the SSL certificate is setup incorrectly.

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Thanks for the support.

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