Exchange 2019:- Assign services to an SSL certificate

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we show you how simple it is to assign services to a certificate using the EAC (Exchange Admin Center) as well as the Exchange Management Shell (EMS).

Video Steps

1. Open the EAC

Click on start and then expand Exchange Server 2016 and click on Exchange Admin Center.

2. Login to the EAC

If you have a certificate warning, click yes to continue and then enter the credentials to login and press enter.

3. Click on Servers

On the left hand side, click on Servers.

4. Click on Certificates tab

On the top right, click on Certificates.

5. Select a Server

Select a server from the drop-down list.

6. Double click Certificate

Double click the certificate you want to update and then on the properties page, click services on the left hand side and make your selection and click save once done.
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