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Hi All

I am in the process of setting up SBS 2011 For Remote Access and email etc, can anybody tell me what names I would need for things like outlook anywhere to work.

I know I will need autodiscover, remote, and webmail etc but dod I need the local machine name in there aswell, and does anyone know any good articles for installing a Multiple named cert on sbs

Thanks
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you dont need any of them. Just the single name you called the server in the wizard 'internet computer name'. It normally asks you to call it remote.yourdomain.com

Just get a cert for this only and everything will work fine. Use the certificate wizard to generate the request.

We use cheapssl.com for ours under $10 for a trusted SSL cert.
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so just out of interest how does it handle Autodiscover etc?
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internally by DNS, externally using outlook anywhere.
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