troubleshooting Question

Outlook anywere Help with a .local active directory name

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Hi Guys

need some help as there looks to be a fair few ways to sort this.

Been asked to get outlook anywere working on a domain which i did not setup. unfortunally the orignally it team set the active directory as companyname.local

so with the new UCC certificate laws i cannot get a cert to get outlook anywere up and running.

any ideas which path i should take.

ideally i dont want to rebuild/migrate the whole domain not really an option currently. i have googled a fair bit and tried a few scripts to do with creating new virtual dirs on IIS but all seem to error.

Current setup is as follows
Server : Windows 2008 R2
Exchange : Exchange 2010
Servername : exchange.local
External domain : exchange.companyname.com
UCC cert is setup for : exchange.companyname.com, companyname.com

any help would be very much appreciated.
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