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OAW SSL Cert Bindings

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Have a strange problem with my IIS, I have created a new binding that covers all unassigned IPs on port 443 with no host name and my proper SSL cert. But when accessing from a browser, it just shows the self signed cert?

There is another binding for 127.0.0.1 thats has the selfsigned on it. But that should not interfere right?  

Any ideas?
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Is this SSL certificate for Exchange? If so you should assign the certificate either through the Exchange Management Console or Exchange Management Shell.

See this article for the relevant steps: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd351257%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx
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I have done that, should I have left just left the bindings in IIS alone?
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Yep, no need to touch them. Try re-applying the certificate through EMC or EMS. If that doesn't work, remove the self signed certificate that's bound to 127.0.0.1
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Ok, so im trying to remove the authorised cert. Then re add and apply all the services. But I cant untick the services?
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Right, so I worked that out, removed and readded and then reapplied all the services. But its still not working.

SO you say, remove the self signed from within EMC?
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Did you remove the binding to 127.0.0.1 within IIS Manager?
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Interestingly its working for ECP, but not OWA :(
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Have you tried doing a cached refresh? i.e. hold down Shift + Ctrl while clicking the refresh icon.
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Yup that was it.

Thanks mate!
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Glad we got there in the end :)
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No, removing that binding in IIS broke it again and now I cant get into anything :(
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Argh! Try re-assigning it again through EMC.
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