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Generating a SHA2 Certificate Signing Request in Exchange 2010

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We are trying to generate a CSR request using SHA2 in MS Exchange 2010 but don't see the option. Does anyone know of a way to generate using SHA2?
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It is not supported.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 2000 total points
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You need to create the request through IIS manager or certificates manager rather than through Exchange. Also complete the response through the same tool.

You should be able to add additional names to the certificate when you reach the point of putting the CSR in to the SSL provider's web site. It depends on the provider though.

Simon.
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