Creating an SSL CSR on Exchange 2013


I am setting up SSL on my Exchange 2013 server and am walking through the steps within the ECP to create a new Exchange Certificate.

Prior to doing this, I setup my Exchange Server 2013 on Windows Server 2012, and I followed the step by step instructions in the following URL:

On step #5, I configured my internal and external URL's to be the same. I am not sure if I needed to do that. I am still working through some DNS settings. But, that is not the reason for my question.

I am logged into ECP and am creating a new certificate so that I can generate a CSR. I purchased an SSL certificate from GoDaddy and it is good for 10 records.

While walking through the new Exchange Certificate wizard, it asks me to "specify the domains you want to be included in your certificate."

Which domains to I want to include? Like I mentioned, my internal and external URL's are the same. The new Exchange Certificate is showing me about 13 different items in the domain list. Some items are for the Internet and some for the Intranet. POP and IMAP are pointed directly to the internal host name of the Exchange Server. Which items should I choose?
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jhiebAuthor Commented:
Thanks. Those links help, I think. I am still curious what to say about my Intranet links but the four examples this person gives shows (I think) internal and external addresses. So, it seems that whatever I choose, the SSL wizard will grab the domain/subdomain and then give what it wants to use
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