Working on an SBS 2011 system I just started taking over from someone else, so not 100% sure how things are set up. more like 1%.
A user needed a laptop out of the office set up for exchange access. Didn't appear that there's a real SSL cert (you get a warning about the cert when you go to https://mail.domain.com/owa.
So I got a cert for mail.domain.com
now users in the office on outlook are getting a warning about the cert for remote.domain.com not having the right name. when you view details, it is my mail.domain.com cert.
When I look at exchange settings in outlook, the mail server is listed as mail.domain.local.
so not sure where remote.domain.com is coming into the mix?
any advice (there is a remote.domain.com self signed cert in the list of certs.
I added another site binding for https / 443 / with the LAN IP address. now there are 3 https bindings
127.0.0.1 >> uses remote.domain.com cert (this entry was set up before)
192.168.1.3 >> uses remote.domain.com (this is a new one I just added)
* >> uses my new mail.domain.com cert (I added this entry earlier today based on the SSL issuer telling me to.)