OWA,OMA & RPC using your own certificate authority in exchange 2010

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Good Day,

In our Org. Last week only we installed new Exchange server 2010, please guide me how to create OWA,OMA & RPC  using own certificate authority in exchange 2010 please give me step by step solution coz i'm new for Exchange 2010.

Currently we are using Exchange 2003, there i know how to create those certificates..

Waiting for your comments

BR
Kumar
Ram Kumar ChellamSr. System AdministratorAsked:
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vmdudeCommented:
Here is a step by step by the excellent Paul Cunningham at ExchangeServerPro

http://exchangeserverpro.com/how-to-issue-a-san-certificate-to-exchange-server-2010-from-a-private-certificate-authority/

If this is a production Exchange server I would always recommend a certificate provided by a certificate authority such as digicert or GoDaddy etc. Yes they cost money, but are the way to go for Exchange and even more critical in Exchange 2013, so might be the ideal opportunity to think about it now rather than later
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Just to echo above, using a self signed certificate authority is rarely worth the "saving" of a $60 SSL certificate. The major problem is getting the root certificate on to the various devices. Furthermore unless you control all machines connecting to Exchange (so no external OWA access for example) end users will get SSL warnings. Telling users to ignore SSL warnings isn't a good idea.

Simon.
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Ram Kumar ChellamSr. System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thx
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