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  • Windows 2008R2 Enterprise CA doesnt work on a Exchange2010 Certificate Request

    Hallo,

    I have one DC and one EXCH srv. Both Win2008 Ent. Exchange server is 2010 edition.
    I created a new request whith the wizard in Exchange2010 and transfered the req-file to the DC where the CA is located.

    I try to make a new request, whith the created req-file attached, and nothing happens. There is no error, nothing happens. I canot see any changes into the CA-Folders, no pending request ... nothing.

    any ida what yould be wrong?

    I will will have only local CA. we are really small commpany and all devices and their accise are under control...

    thank you for help...

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    Re: Windows 2008R2 Enterprise CA doesnt work on a Exchange2010 Certificate Request

    What do you need the certificate for?

    If OWA and mobile devices (the normal purpose) it is far easier and cheaper (if time has a value) to buy a 3rd party SAN certificate from e.g. www.godaddy.com or www.certificatesforexchange.com
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    • #3
      Re: Windows 2008R2 Enterprise CA doesnt work on a Exchange2010 Certificate Request

      I need certificate for Exchange 2010 (OWA - it works with current certificat that made Exch itself, but it doesn´t work on tablet where I tested it...

      Outlook wasn´t tested yet (but should work with outlook anywhere feature)

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      • #4
        Re: Windows 2008R2 Enterprise CA doesnt work on a Exchange2010 Certificate Request

        As already mentioned a certificate from a public CA would be the easiest to use.

        However a internal CA can do the same if configured correctly.

        The CA have to be configured to support SAN certificates which is not the case at a fresh install.

        Here is just one link on how to enable SAN certifiactes, many more are available using one of the search engines.

        http://techontip.wordpress.com/2011/...icate-feature/

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