SSL certficate Renew

Hi experts

Few days ago i did renew my SSL certificate from GO DADDY. we are using HTTPS over proxy service so that people outside the company stay connected to exchange server.

i am inconsistent whether i chose the correct option or not.  It had several option like IIS , exchange server 2007 etc (Basically i dont remember now) and now certificate is generated using exchange 2007 server.

Kindly let me know if i have done it correctly or i did mistake while renewing, I need to run HTTPS over proxy. For more details see attachments

Thanks in Advance
Gagandeep Singh Rawat
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I saw thw attachments and found everthing is fine.Once renewed the certificate sometimes IIS service and remaining services are not added(bydefault).Kindly check the status of the renewed certificate.If the services are not enabled, kindly run the command and enable the services

 Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint $THUMBPRINT -Services "POP, IMAP, IIS, SMTP".

GaganRawatAuthor Commented:
So installed certificate is applicable for POP,IMAP,IIS,SMTP? nothing to worry about, right?

i will make sure that service are up and in running condition.

VirastaRUC Tech Consultant Commented:

The Certificate and its chain looks intact as per the attachment

however if you want to cross-check the steps crosoft-exchange-server-2007

Hope that helps :)
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VirastaRUC Tech Consultant Commented:

You won't have any issues,try starting the service if any issues post back :)
GaganRawatAuthor Commented:
I been in doubt that for different service different Certificate are issued but its not like that if i am not mistaken, its only only certificate required for all service for single domain.

so its One certificate that works for IIS or Exchange or any other(may be SSL VPN) which i dont know.

Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I presume you are talking about the certificate prompt in the GoDaddy system when you download the Certificate? Exchange 2007/2010 and IIS use the same certificate format, so that isn't a problem. It would only cause you an issue if you selected something else completely, but then you wouldn't be able to complete the certificate request in Exchange/IIS.


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GaganRawatAuthor Commented:
Yes Simon

thats correct, So no point of getting worry.

Thats what i wanted to know
GaganRawatAuthor Commented:
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Dont need it any more
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