When an SBS server is initially setup a 'remote.' record is setup i.e. remote.company1.co.uk for remote access. Normally an SSL certificate is then purchased to allow full access to the remote web workplace features.
In this scenario, the server has an expired / revoked SSL certificate for remote.company1.co.uk, but is also using email for company2.co.uk, which will shortly become the main identity of the company.
In the circumstances, can remote.company2.co.uk be setup for remote access ( once the relevant DNS record is created with the ISP ) and then a security certificate purchased to allow remote access from this new address, or does a new SSL certificate need to be purchased for remote.company1.co.uk?
Managing email is relatively straightforward, as company2.co.uk email addresses can be made the default for all users, but I am not sure whether the main remote access address can be switched over in SBS 2011 once this has been initially setup.