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    Hi,

    First of all sorry for my poor english...

    Here is an Outlook screenshot where you can see "srv-tmp-annecy.Megalos.net".



    Everything was ok but we've done a mistake and instead "srv-tmp-annecy.Megalos.net" i want to put something else for my certificate to work.

    Do you know where can I modify this value : "srv-tmp-annecy.Megalos.net" to put the true FQDN ?

  • #2
    Re: Changing a certificate's name

    Do you have a commercial SAN/UC certificate with the various names in it?
    If not, then you should do.

    While it is possible to change all of the names in Exchange to match the certificate, that isn't always the right thing to do. If you are running the UM role for example then you MUST run a UC certificate with the additional names, which include the server's name.

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    • #3
      Re: Changing a certificate's name

      Yes i've got a VeriSign Certificate, everythings worked well before "the crash". I don't know what did I do...

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      • #4
        Re: Changing a certificate's name

        Given the cost of Verisign certificates, what do they have to say?
        It may well be that you haven't installed the root or the intermediate certificates correctly.

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

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