I have an SBS2011 network and wish to add a Terminal Server to the network.
The Terminal server will have its own ADSL line and WAN IP address and its own external A record of terminal.mydomain.co.uk
I want to add a UCC certificate to cover this configuration with SAN names of...
I know a simple SSL Certificate will be fine with SBS2011 but I want it to cover the Terminal server with a different WAN IP and A Record.
When requesting the UCC Cert do I use the SBS wizard for the CSR and add the SAN's manually at GoDaddy then to install the intermediate cert as their instructions then use the SBS Trusted Cert wizard to install the UCC Cert
Use the Exchange wizard for the CSR, install the intermediate cert and use Exchange to install the UCC cert then select the installed cert from within the SBS trusted wizard
Do I need to put server.mydomain.local and server on the UCC if I use the Trusted certificate wizard in SBS to install the cert? I want to avoid certificate errors on the local domain for Outlook users and would this solve the problem about not being able to use .local in certificates after 2015
Thanks for taking the time to read this, your help is appreciated