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I have generated a certificate on my Exchange and approved by a local CA installed on the same certificate. However, I can't match the current certificate used on the Exchange server and the issued certificate on the CA.

Will there be a possible that the current certificate is a self-generated certificate ? I have tried several way of generating the certificate and I'm not sure where the certificate is generated, either through self-generated or approved by local CA.

If it is a self-generated certificate, what's the root certificate of this certificate ?

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Run get-exchangecertificate | fl

That will list all certificates and if your certificate is self signed it will say so.

Self Signed certificates are not supported for ActiveSync and Outlook Anywhere and an internal CA is discouraged for servers where OWA can be used from any workstation.

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