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Hi Experts,

Is there a feature / product which will make managing the certificates easier. Can we renew and bind automatically?

I am considering both scenarios, SSL certificates issued by an internal MS CA and ssl certs by a third party tool such as GoDaddy

Thanks in advance
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Will Szymkowski earned 1000 total points
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There is no way to automate this from a third party. You can however just purchase a cert that has a longer validity/expiration which means you would have to do the Cert import less frequently.

As you mentioned you can also use an Internal Root CA but this in my opinion is a lot more work and it is not worth it for being able to simply purchase a cert from a third party.

Will.
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No there is no feature or product to automate certificate renewal/management.

But you can manage the certifiates in better way to avaiod confusions. Base on events you can get the nofication and/or warnings for certificates which are going to expire or expired.

Refer http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-server-2013-ssl-certificates/
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