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Requesting and importing a SAN certificate.

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Hello,

I'm in the process of getting a new Exchange 2010 server setup.  I need to export the request for a SAN certificate that I will purchase through Go Daddy, then import back into the Exchange 2010 server (Windows 2008R2).

I want to run this throgh Exchange Management Console rather than the Shell.  Could someone please furnish a link or instructions on how to do this.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
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Nice document Joshua.  Thank you!!
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