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I renewed an SSL Certificate for my Exchange server. In the renewal process I was notified that internet names and IP addresses could no longer be used in SSL Certificates and that I have to reconfigure my Exchange server to accept a Fully Qualified Domain Name.  My ExSvr version is 2010.  GoDaddy provided a how-to sheet with some commands to run in the Exchange Management Shell, but it isn't altogether clear that they are the whole story and if some of them apply to ver 2010 and some not.

Does anyone have any information about this, including whether the reconfiguration can be done in the Exchange Management Console?

Thanks, Ron Hicks
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Take a look at this reference to update your internal URLs in Exchange...

https://oddytee.wordpress.com/2014/09/15/change-internal-names-in-exchange-for-upcoming-ssl-requirements/

Also, Digicert has an excellent wealth of SSL resources for Exchange admins.  GoDaddy ... not so much.
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Great info.  Thanks very much.
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My pleasure.
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