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Hi - can someone tell me step by step how to get self signed certificate installed on exchange 2013 standard and get it working with out any errors on client pc -  I normally see errors like "Security certificate was issued by a company you have not chosen to trust".
I want the server to push it out on the client pcs  - do I need to install any additional roles on the server?
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The self signed certificate is not supported for production use.
Why bother anyway? You can get suitable trusted certificates for less than $80/year, if you can support SRV records on your external DNS records then you can use one of the cheaper options. Self Signed SSL certificates are a false economy - they create a lot of work and generally are a complete headache - for the exact reasons you are trying to overcome.

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