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    Issue certificate for Exchange 2010 from Win 2008R2

    I'm in the process of migrating to Exchange 2010.

    Currently we have exchange 2003 published through ISA2006, the isa server has our external cert installed but the exchange box needs a cert issued by our internal CA to authenticate with.

    I was never that great at doing the occasional cert procedure but it also appears to have changed a bit now.

    Can someone advise me how to prepare a cert from my 2008R2 CA for EXC2010?

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    thankyou, so now i've got the CA web enrollment issuing certificates properly, but Exchange doesn't trust it :/

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    Here you go

    Adrian Costea's blog » Request and install SAN certificate in Exchange 2010

    Make sure the root certificate is present on your Exchange server

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    Well...off course you get the error because localhost is not in the certificate SAN attribute. Type the FQDN thaat you have on the certificate and you should be good-to-go. EG: https://myserver.mydomain.com/owa

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    Make sure the cert is in the root cert exists in the local store on the Exch server, it does not need the FQDN of the Exch server itself.

    I assume you are using split DNS otherwise you must have the FQDN or OLK clients will receive prompts.

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