Exchange Migration 2007 to 2013

I exported the cert from ex2007 with private key and imported to ex2013.  I did the binding in IIS for port 443.  Now when open ecp, I get "this page cannot be displayed"  

make sure the web address https://servername is correct
look for the page with your search engine
Refresh the page in a few minutes
Make sure TLS and SSL Protocols are enable.  Go to Tools> internet option> advanced> settings> security

It was working fine before the cert install.  Any advice?
Joe JohnsonAsked:
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MikeIT ManagerCommented:
Exchange 2013 will do this when it does not like the SSL Cert that was installed.  You will have to try and reinstall the cert using the Exchange Management Shell.  In the past I've actually had to purchase a completely new cert for it to take.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
With Exchange 2007 and 2013 co-existence you need an additional FQDN for 2007. So you should do the following...
- Generate a new CSR on the 2013 CAS server
- Add, and
- import the cer/crt file on the 2013 server (make sure you allow the private key to be exportable)
- run the following command on the 2013 server (enable-ExchangeCertificate -thumbprint xxxxxx -services "pop,imap,smtp,iis")
- Export the certificate from 2013 and import it into all of your 2007 CAS servers
- perform the same Enable-ExchagneCertificate command (remove the old cert)
-  Update all of your virtual directories for both 2013 and 2007.

2013 virtual directories should use /ews etc
2007 virtual directories should use /ews etc

I would highly recommend using Exchange Deployment Assistant for further steps.


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