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Posted on 2014-01-16
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Hi

I have been give a Cert to install and the GUI is saying its imported ok but what I go back to the status is still showing as pending, I did not Buy the cert myself but when its cut should it explicitly be cut for exchange?

Thanks in advance

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OK I think is can see the issue, I installed in a domain admin account and not a local admin.. How to I get out of this?
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Exchange doesn't use local admin accounts - it will want to use domain account. Furthermore it is a machine setting - it doesn't belong to a user, so it shouldn't matter where the request is imported.

Did you generate a new SSL request? If not, then the file you have is probably useless unless it was a complete certificate (Rather than just a response).

There is nothing special about certificates for an Exchange server, they are regular IIS certificates, but you do need a pending request - which it sounds like you may have, but the file you have doesn't match.

Simon.
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I found this to be a proxy setting, I did a import from IE in PS and its worked
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No one else came up with this answer..
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