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Exchange 2010 SSL change to new domain

Posted on 2013-05-17
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Hello,
  We just installed a new SSL on our exchange 2010 box.  We changed from mail.xxx.com to mail.zzz.com on the ssl and now activesync and outlook anywhere don't work.  I've been searching as to why and have gone into IIS and changed all the old domains to the new domain, but can't find anything.  The cert shows good on the OWA site, but remote analyzer spews all red!  Help!
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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There are a lot of places that you need to check you have changed. See my article on the process here:
http://semb.ee/hostnames

If you have been changing things in IIS, then you might have broken things.
Did you include Autodiscover on the new SSL certificate for both the old and new domain?

Simon.
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Thanks for the response.  Looks like I needed to run some powershell commands to change the OOF and the Availability Service URL.
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Found the solution myself.
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