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Move Exchange 2010 to New Server, Certificate Question

I want to use this article to move my Exchange 2010 Server to new hardware:


Everything in the article looks good but it doesn't address the subject of certificates.

On my current exchange 2010 server I have a Standard UCC SSL certificate.

Since that certificate lists the full company name (like contoso.com) and not an individual site, will I just be able to rekey this at Godaddy and re-use it on the new server?

I use the certificate for activesync and I'm not sure what else.

I am going to call Godaddy support but I thought I'd also ask the question here, since the idea of moving Exchange makes me nervous and I can use all the advice I can get.

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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
You don't have to rekey the certificate.
Just export the certificate through Exchange 2010, then import it on to the new server.
You will need to install the intemediate certificate though.

Once done, change the all of the URLs within Exchange to use the names on the existing SSL certificate.


Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
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