davids355MemberApr 22, 2014 at 10:51 am #163601
I am running a server 2008 with exchange 2007 environment.
Clients are running outlook 2010 and connecting to exchange locally (well, its actually a terminal server environment).
I have just installed a new SSL certificate, and now I am getting a warning when I open outlook on the clients:
the name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site.
The primary name on the security certificate is:
It is a multi site certificate and also has these alternative names:
which are all valid.
However, writing this I have just realised that I cannot resolve mail.publicdomain.com from the client computers, could that be the cause of the issue?
Why would that be the case (I can resolve it from anywhere else) and should I add it into the servers DNS manually?
EarthReactorMemberApr 22, 2014 at 10:58 am #377217
Re: Problem with SSL Certificate in Outlook 2010
I have just added records manually for mail.publicdomain.com and autodiscover.publicdomain.com and I can ping both of them now from the clients.
However, this certificate warning is still coming up in outlook, I don’t understand why because everything seems to be correct..??
EarthReactorMemberApr 24, 2014 at 1:29 am #377218
Re: Problem with SSL Certificate in Outlook 2010Sembee;283237 wrote:You need to change the host names in Exchange to match the name on your SSL certificate.
that worked perfectly – I am not sure what was wrong as I just ran the commands to insert the correct values through shell – but I think it was something to do with the internal and external access URLs configured in exchange.
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