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  • Is multi domain certification required for exchange shared hosting?

    my scenario is:
    we currently have a exchange 2003(SP2) environment in front/back-end structure.
    we can use outlook to connect with rpc over http from internet.
    now we add 2nd domain to our exchange, now OWA works but outlook does not.
    when connecting outlook(2nd domain user) from internet keep prompt for password inputs,found error code 0xC0000064 in front-end event log.

    found some said now will need multi domain ssl cert, is that true?

    Thanks.
    Ken

  • #2
    Re: Is multi domain certification required for exchange shared hosting?

    multi domain cert added, same error

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    • #3
      Re: Is multi domain certification required for exchange shared hosting?

      Have a look at the following KB:

      http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942636

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      • #4
        Re: Is multi domain certification required for exchange shared hosting?

        thanks scurlaruntings, but I error ID=529, and on both domain access https://exchange.a.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll passed. but outlook(rpc over https) for B.COM still failed(but user at B.COM passed rpcproxy.dll test under name: A\user). so sad...
        (A.COM=origin domain, B.COM=new domain)
        Last edited by new.style; 18th October 2009, 10:32.

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        • #5
          Re: Is multi domain certification required for exchange shared hosting?

          Exchange/IIS doesn't care about the URLs involved.
          As long as the host name that you are using is correct, then it doesn't matter what the email address is.

          The email address has no connection to the URLs in use.

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