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    Just looking at the ipsca site and on the request page there is a dropdown for server types. What should I choose for a certificate to work with Exchange 2010? Is it Microsoft IIS 7.x or Exchange?

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    I don't think there's any particular certificate altho dont quote me on that - I applied for the cert and used
    https://www.digicert.com/easy-csr/ex...htm?rid=011592

    to generate the commands, I believe microsoft saw some sense and added it to the gui in 2010 - but not certain

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    ahh sorry, I just put exchange

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    I totally recommend the digicert exchange certificates . They make the process easy, I don't think its expensive and it's money well spent in any case; certificate problems in exchange will erode your sanity. They also have a decent write up on the whole exchange and certificates thing here where they point out the alternative (wildcard certs).

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    All down to budget really, ours is quite small. Personally i think its ridiculous to be expected to pay for a cert after installing exchange - but thats just me I guess

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