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Exchange 2013 Certificate problem / Activesync / Autodiscover / OWA

Posted on 2014-01-05
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I have been struggling to get my DigiCert UC certificate installed and assigned to active sync , auto discover etc.

I have installed the cert via ECP - servers - certificates

Am I in the correct area??
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Question by:j-teksolutions
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by:Pete Long
ID: 39757252
Yes  - Install it then Assign it the services :)

PL
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by:Pete Long
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See Step 7 Onwards


PL
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by:j-teksolutions
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Pete thanks _ I may have a more serious problem not sure.

I had already done step 7 Onwards... so I thought I would remove the cert and try again...look at the screen shot of what happens removing cert
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by:j-teksolutions
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Maybe I overwrote a critical exchange transport default cert when first installing?   Sorry a newbie at 2013
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
ID: 39757921
In EMS, run

new-exchangecertificate

No additional attributes.
You will get a prompt about the certificate overwriting the default transport certificate. Accept and the process will complete. An internal self signed certificate is fine for transport.

You haven't actually said what the problem is with installing the certificate.

Simon.
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sameert earned 500 total points
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Open MMC console
Go to Add Remove snapin
Add Certificate chose Coputer Account and expand the personal Store
Wright click on the certificate and import the New certificate in the personal store

Go to Exchange Management shell and Run the following command
Enable-Exchangecertificate -Thumbprint "Thumbprint Value" -Services smtp,iis,pop3,IMAP
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by:j-teksolutions
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Excellent thanks working!
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