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    Outlook security alert (the security cert was issued, not trusted blah blah) selfcert

    Just renewed the self cert for exchange 2007 all services inc IIS. I get the error on my outlook clients that the cert is untrusted. I've always had this issue but I'd like to fix it. Do I have to setup a CA in active directory (no idea how this works) or can I just stuff the cert into the default GPO trusted authorites?

    quick easy fix please

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    Setup a internal CA a get the cert or get a free cert 3rd party and use that, ensure you have the correct names.

    Security warning when you start Outlook 2007 and then connect to a mailbox that is hosted on a server that is running Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010: "The name of the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the sit

    If you're not publishing any services externally then I would just use an internal CA.

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    if it was self cert'd from the Exchange box just deploy the exchange box's root ca via GPO.

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    @glennda how do I do that?

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    you will have to do that everytime you renew the cert; I prefer to deploy a single cert on the server rather than to x pc's

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazzy2501 View Post
    @glennda how do I do that?
    extract the exchange boxs cert from the certificate store and then deploy via GPO Certificate DeploymentConfiguring the GPO - How-to Deploy SSL Certificate... - Gpo, Certificate, Ssl, Gpo Certificat

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