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Certificate exchange 2010

I am in the process of creating the SSL certificate for my exchange 2010 server and have some questions in regards to the auto discovery URL. First off is the URL already predefined or do i make it whatever I want for ex autodiscovery.mydoamin.com.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
First off is the URL already predefined or do i make it whatever I want for ex autodiscovery.mydoamin.com

You would make it autodiscover.mydomain.com as you have stated above. This needs to be part of your SAN names on the certificate for mail.domain.com. So basically all you need to add is the following...
- mail.domain.com
- autodiscover.domain.com

Once you have done this you need to install the cert on the First CAS server where you generated the CSR. Once you have done that you need to export the cert with the private key and import it on the other CAS servers.

You will also need to enable the certificate and the services using the following command...
Enable-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  -services "pop,imap,smtp,iis"

It will prompt you to confirm this. You will need to run this command on all CAS servers where you import the certificate. You will then want to remove the old cert using the following command.

Remove-ExchangeCertificate -Thumbprint <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Will.
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