I'm having a hard time trying to install the new SSL certificate we purchased from CertificatesForExchange.co
I generated a new CSR and submitted it to CertificatesForExchange.co
After the domain verification process, I downloaded the zip file which contained 2 files.
One is a CRT and the other is a P7B file. I placed them both in C:\SSL_Certs
I renamed the CRT file 2014_SSL.crt
I imported the P7B file into the "Intermediate Certification Authorities" store without issue.
I then ran the following command: Import-ExchangeCertificate -Path C:\SSL_Certs\2014_SSL.crt
I got the following:
Thumbprint Services Subject
---------- -------- -------
D2BC4203CB132E3CA9AD86F35E32D901ADFBCF8E ..... CN=webmail.domainABC....
According to the documentation on their site, the last step is to enable the certificate with the needed services.
When I run Enable-ExchangeCertificate -D2BC4203CB132E3CA9AD86F35E32D901ADFBCF8E -Services "SMTP, IMAP, IIS"
I get the following error:
Enable-ExchangeCertificate -D2BC4203CB132E3CA9AD86F35E32D901ADFBCF8E -Services "SMTP, IMAP, IIS"
Enable-ExchangeCertificate : A parameter cannot be found that matches parameter name 'D2BC4203CB132E3CA9AD86F35E32D901ADFBCF8E'.
At line:1 char:69
+ Enable-ExchangeCertificate -D2BC4203CB132E3CA9AD86F35E32D901ADFBCF8E <<<< -S
ervices "SMTP, IMAP, IIS"
When I run the command:
Get-ExchangeCertificate | fl
2 certificates show up. A self-signed certificate and the SSL certificate we purchased from CertificatesForExchange last year which expires 7/26/14.
I thought when I imported the new certificate named 2014_SSL.crt it would show up in this list.
Can anyone help me with this?