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    Self Signed Exchange Certificate Help

    I have created my req file in exchange manager (2010)

    Whats the easiest way to self sign it as I have never done this before?

    Thanks

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    Could be easier to just get a free public one StartSSL not SAN though so you need to tweak things to all run on the sae subdomain.

    Exchange generates a self signed cert but only with the local computer name/info.
    Last edited by SYNACK; 3rd November 2012 at 03:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Could be easier to just get a free public one StartSSL not SAN though so you need to tweak things to all run on the sae subdomain.

    Exchange generates a self signed cert but only with the local computer name/info.
    Have used one of these in the past, it works. Instead we went for the 123-reg 10 ones as allot of browsers didnt trust the free ones but did with the 10 one.

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    Didn't www.ja.net offer free SSL certificates for schools. If I remember rightly, it was posted on here before

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    The files it generates are "pem" exchange expects "pfx"

    Can you convert them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevehill06 View Post
    Didn't www.ja.net offer free SSL certificates for schools. If I remember rightly, it was posted on here before
    This is for my personal server

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR1S View Post
    This is for my personal server
    Ok! Sorry didn't realise!

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    Thanks all the same tho

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