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    I have setup an exchange 2010 on SBS 2011 Server.
    I have a wild SSL cert for the following domains

    www.domainmame.com
    mail.domainname.com
    autodiscover.domainname.com

    when i use OWA everything working nice and i have no issue. also all the exchange the connect from outside the network outlook client has not issue.

    The issue with the local user on the local network, they can login and recieve and send email but everytime they open outlook and everytime the exchange is updating the folder, user reiceve an alart that the cert has diffrent domain name even when i create the cert i use *.domainname.com as my address.

    the domain on the server show as ServerName.domainname.local so i guess becuse if the .local the cert is not vaild.

    I would like to know if there is anyway to remove the message or add a local cert for the local users, so they will stop recieving this message.

    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: exchange 2010 SSL Local Certificate

    A wildcard certificate is NOT the same as a Unfiied Communications certificate.

    Furthermore, as this is SBS, did you install the certificate with the SBS wizard?

    If not, then go back and do so. If you use the wizard then SBS will ensure that everything is setup correctly.

    Simon.
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    • #3
      Re: exchange 2010 SSL Local Certificate

      Originally posted by Sembee View Post
      A wildcard certificate is NOT the same as a Unfiied Communications certificate.

      Furthermore, as this is SBS, did you install the certificate with the SBS wizard?

      If not, then go back and do so. If you use the wizard then SBS will ensure that everything is setup correctly.

      Simon.

      It is a UCC, when i create the request on the IIS7 i use *.domainname.com and generate the request with a wild card. Now when i got it back i load it to the IIS and complete the request. still nothing change since my .local is not there. should i use the exchange cert request or it is the same like requesting from the IIS?
      Also i notice under the IIS cert setting i have 2 443 connection one with a wild card and one point to 127.0.0.1 on the one the point to the local machine i have diffrent cert then on the one that point to wild card could that be the reason ?

      thanks

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      • #4
        Re: exchange 2010 SSL Local Certificate

        You are doing it wrong.

        With Exchange 2007 and 2010 you do the request and response through Exchange, NOT through IIS manager.

        When you have completed the request you then activate the certificate through SBS.

        As I have already written, a wildcard certificate is NOT a UCC certificate. A UCC has the additional names in it.

        http://exchange.sembee.info/2010/ins...sl-sbs2011.asp

        Simon.
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        Simon Butler
        Exchange MVP

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