Exchange 2013 Godaddy SSL Cert installation

I think I may have generated the SSL Cert wrong on the Exchange side. I still get Certificate trust issue when I try to go to like EAC or OWA. Can redo the certificate within Exchange. If I do, what procedures should I do in order for a successful out come of the cert install.

    1.) Should I delete the recently added cert and then create the new cert with EAC? Or should I leave the old cert while I create the new cert and after creating the new one delete the old one?
    2.) When I create the new one within EAC, should I limit the number of domains to just two, ie mail.companyname.com, and autodiscover.companyname.com?
    3.) I use Godaddy so can I just Re-key the certificate and upload the new CSR?

Thanks for your help.
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arnoldCommented:
did your certificate use same alternate name mail.yourdomain.com, owa.yourdomain.com autodiscover.yourdomain.com, ...... etc./

without seeing what URL you are accessing and what the certificate error you get .....
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TlingitAuthor Commented:
externally I get "There is a problem with this cert" error message. That's when I try to use owamail.companyname.com address.
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arnoldCommented:
what names and functionality?
did you import the godaddy ca and intermediate certs?

is this an error from outlook trying to discover exchange?
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TlingitAuthor Commented:
I think I got most of it figured out. I had to open 443 in my router to point to my Exchange server. I had it pointing to my Essentials server, which I now may have problems remoting in.
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