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November 2015 SSL Certificate Changes

With the upcoming change in SSL Certs not being able to include internal .local addresses, does anyone have a link to a credible site with the management shell commands to point exchange to an external domain?
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paulrausch
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Kent DyerIT Security Analyst SeniorCommented:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
I have outlined all of the commands required on my own site here:

http://semb.ee/hostnames

Ensure that you setup the split DNS system as well.

Simon.
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
What about Exchange 2013
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Same applies. Nothing has changed. The PowerShell commands are all the same.

Simon.
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
Alright. Im going to go ahead and run through it tonight. Ill give you an update later this evening or first thing in the AM.
Thanks,
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
Just to confirm, when referring to Split DNS, mail.mydomain.com would resolve the internal server address from inside the network, and mail.mydomain.com would resolve the public wan address from outside of the network, correct?
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
All valid links. Points all around.
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paulrauschAuthor Commented:
This should have been an A grade. I hastily awarded points, and incorrectly selected C.
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