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January 7, 2010

Assigning SSL Certificate for OWA Exchange 2010 Part 2

Filed under: General — telnet25 @ 7:08 pm

If you have not completed part ne you will need to go back and fallow the steps.

I am going to show you guys how to complete some of the work from Go Daddy the cets there are very affordable somewhere $12 bucks per year, the process will be similar to other vendors as well..

We will Complete Certificate Signing Request ( CSR) as shown below

  • Now we go to go daddy log in click on SSL certificate

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Click on manage certificate

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Click Request certificate

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  • At this point you need to wait e-mail will be sent from Go Daddy to domain registrar e-mail address, as soon as you get the e-mail you will see URL link to click on to download the certificate, if your certificate is denied for some reason you need to go back and make the corrections

 

  • After downloading the certificate place it on somewhere ( hard drive) on the server

 

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  • I chose the same location and placed them on my CAS server as shown here now go back to server and complete the ending certificate request

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I am going to browse to same directory

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Happy ending , We no longer get the SSL warning as it is shown below.

 

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Thanks to Exchange Team for making the Certificate process literally piece of cake , Exchange 2010 is incredibly surrounded with all these smart easy use tools not to mention fastest messaging application “EVER”

 

install an SSL Certificate on a Client Access Server

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb310769.aspx

Oz Casey , Dedeal

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MCSE 2003, M+, S+, MCDST
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