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I am currently using exchange server 2103 with a SAN of mycomputername.domain.lcl and need to change it to a FQDN

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I am currently using exchange server 2103 with a SAN of mycomputername.domain.lcl and need to change it to a FQDN. Does anyone know how to do this. Godaddy has instructions for previous versions of exchange.
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So, you are using a non-routable FQDN on your UCC cert and you need to drop it right?

Check out this article. Explains name space, certificate requests, configuring URLs and split-brain DNS.
http://supertekboy.com/2014/07/08/designing-simple-namespace-exchange-2013/
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