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SBS 2008 cert to Windows Phone

Dear experts,

I need to install our self signed certificace from SBS 2008 server to Windows phone.
I have no email account in my WP yet (my only account is Exchange witch do not work without cert).

When I upload "SBSCertificate.cer" to FTP and try to download, it will show something like "0‚0‚u t Z¬cLCzo0>roy0  *†H†÷ 010Utech..."


Jarda
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Jaroslav Latal
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
not sure you're approaching this right, every time I've added a phone to active-sync it works fine excepting the failed cert. Have you tried this, it should except email.
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
what error do you get when you run "Fix My Network" if you don't get one then the self signed cert should work fine when it automatically connects to the iphone. Please confirm if Fix My Network returns any errors?
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Jaroslav LatalMSPAuthor Commented:
I am desperate..

WORKS2011:
Fix my network is fine, without any error.
I have no ActiveSync on my Windows 8 pro, nor I found it on download.microsoft.com  :(

DONNK:
the link you provided is for iPhone, I have Windows Phone 8.

any other suggestions?


Regards,
Jarda
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
what happens when you log onto OWA?
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WORKS2011Austin Tech CompanyCommented:
Have you seen this before: "If your e-mail account is the type that requires registration, you must register it the first time you sign in to Outlook Web App. Connecting to your e-mail account through a mobile phone will fail if you haven't registered your account through Outlook Web App. After you sign in to your account, sign out. Then try to connect using your mobile phone. For more information about how to sign in to your account using Outlook Web App, see How to Sign In to Outlook Web App. If you have trouble signing in, see FAQs: Sign-in and Password Issues or contact the person who manages your e-mail account."
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