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Exchange 2019:- Import SSL certificate

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In this video we show you how to import an SSL certificate into Exchange using the Exchange Admin Center as well as discussing that you can also import the same certificate in IIS if you prefer.

Video Steps

1. Launch Exchange Admin Center

Click on start and then expand Microsoft Exchange Server 2019. Click on Exchange Admin Center.

2. Login to Exchange Admin Center

At the main EAC page, enter in your username and password and then click on sign in.

3. Click Servers

Once logged into the EAC, click on Servers on the left hand side.

4. Click on Certificates

On the right hand side, click on Certificates at the top.

5. Select Server

Once you have clicked Certificates, the page will open and show a server with a drop down list. Select a server and then click the 3 dots (...) and choose Import Certificate and then enter the location and password.
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