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Exchange 2007 certificate issue

Posted on 2013-06-23
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Hello,

We have an Exchange 2007 client access server, one of three. It is also a hub transport and mailbox server. The certificate was renewed by an admin in our other domain and our Exchange server is listed in the Subject Alternative Names of that cert. However when our users access Outlook they are getting the pop-up below. We are a child domain in the forest. How do I make this pop-up go away?
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Well you can click yes to continue or click view certificate there should now be a option to install certificate.Is there?

What type of certificate?

This may help,
http://www.passionateaboutit.net/KnowledgeBase/tabid/113/EntryId/8/How-to-renew-a-self-signed-certificate-in-Exchange-Server-2007.aspx
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by:wayy2be
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Install has no effect, ssl cert for Exchange
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by:joinaunion
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Are you sure the ssl cert was enabled?

Can you run this tool here,
http://www.digicert.com/help/
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by:wayy2be
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It is. Do I need to associate the cert with each server even though the servers are in the Subjective Alternative lists?
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by:joinaunion
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If the clients go through each server then yes.

Has the old certificate been deleted the reinstall new one.
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The certificate should be installed on each Client Access Server and have appropriate SAN names for it.
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