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when you open the cert in exchange and says its going to expired. No enterprise certs. Reply Paul M View December 3, 2013 Just a minor typo in your command under 3. Customer was silly enough not to register domain.net, so we can’t get a cert for that. weblink

Reply Chris says January 8, 2013 at 11:50 pm It was not. I will post that soon. Ross Smith mentioned in his MEC 2014 presentation that a single namespace design could be problematic for Outlook Anywhere common authentication settings. External Certificates are then only needed on the ReverseProxy if services are published to the internet, that is if all internal clients are trusting the internalCA, which should have been a goal when implementing that. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/6c3112fb-321d-45ca-8979-c5f3b86cb232/internal-owa-and-outlook-certificate-errors?forum=exchange2010

Exchange 2013 Certificate Error Internal Server Name

My outlook 2007 clients running on XP SP3 are prompted for login details every time they log on to outlook. 3. I have purchased a comodo SSL Certificate for the domain and have assigned the roles, OWA, OMA and Activesync working ok. Reply Paul Cunningham says February 1, 2013 at 8:52 am Its just an example. It was really useful.

  • Reply Sophaktra SOK says March 17, 2012 at 12:28 pm Hi all, I have 1 problem relate to configuring external user to access to exchange server 2010.
  • Did you really mean mail.contoso.com” for external?
  • Choose the new Exchange server and click the Next button.
  • Thanks Reply Paul Cunningham says September 2, 2011 at 8:43 am I've had advice that goes both ways on that one (CAS Array name).

If no, it there a script or something that can change it without the users knowing about the change. When you edit the bindings, you can choose which SSL certificate will be issued for that server.- Chris Ream - **Remember, if you find a post that is helpful, or is the answer, please mark it appropriately.**

Monday, February 24, 2014 1:46 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote So I have 2 https bindings for Default Web Site. As I mentioned, the issue is that when you attempt External Autodiscover, you get a certificate error and see your Public Website's Certificate, not the Exchange Certificate.  Why is it hitting my Public Company's website? Outlook 2013 Certificate Error Internal Server Name Please make the same change for the ECP virtual directory in the same website.

Reply Satheshwaran Manoharan March 20, 2013 at 7:00 am Verify your Active Directory is healthy, And replication works fine Reply Hung March 20, 2013 at 10:18 am Hi , I re-start Exchange 2013 system (also try to restart all service relating to Exchange and DC), but I still met "certificate error" into the Web client of non-domain PC ? Roll Back the OutlookAnywhere Setting If you had to update your OutlookAnywhere setting, you need to run the following command to roll back this setting: Set-OutlookAnywhere -Identity "HostName\Rpc (Default Web Site)" –InternalHostname InternalHostname -InternalClientsRequireSsl $true Change "InternalHostname" to the name you recorded when running the Get-OutlookAnywhere command. Our server isn't server.local though, it is server.domain.com, but I don't want to have to add that server name to the listed hostnames in the certificate, and also want to do it correctly. Any help would be appreciated Thanks in advance Ajay Paul Reply Satheshwaran Manoharan May 15, 2013 at 2:21 am Did you placed the certificates in that xp machines as well ? , Yes , you can remove it if no services are assigned to them.

But first let's be clear - including server names in your SSL certificate is supported. Exchange 2010 Certificate Error Name Mismatch Specific word to describe someone who is so good that isn't even considered in say a classification How exactly std::string_view is faster than const std::string&? "the Salsa20 core preserves diagonal shifts" Insert a period / full stop if caption argument doesn't end with one Is this homebrew elemental spear balanced? You can have more than one autodiscover name on a SAN certificate. So if you didn’t configure it, don’t worry about updating this setting.

Outlook Certificate Error Exchange 2010 Name Does Not Match

Ganji says December 6, 2012 at 8:41 pm Dear Paul, Hi ! https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/457799-certificate-error-trying-to-open-owa Thanks, John Reply M. Exchange 2013 Certificate Error Internal Server Name Copyright © 2016, TechGenix Ltd. Exchange 2013 Outlook Certificate Error Autodiscover That is incorrect.

Regards, MichaelMichael Maxwell Monday, February 24, 2014 10:39 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. have a peek at these guys This appears in Exchanage console as a False under self-signed. The normal users have proxy enabled and the domain admin doesn't. Reply Paul Cunningham says July 29, 2014 at 10:12 pm Site scope still exists as an option for Exchange 2013 CAS/Autodiscover. Exchange 2010 Certificate Error When Opening Outlook

Since you are using TMG the best solution is to create another web site on your cas server and create new virtual dirs. Reply Paul Cunningham says July 30, 2014 at 5:49 am What you set the internal URI to is up to you. Q1. check over here I am going to rekey my CA SSL but want to make sure the internal outlook clients do not get a name mismatch If I put servername.localdomain.com for my internal URL's on my certificate request will this work like SAN's if my CA certificate is a .co.uk?

This is the information about my certificate: + OWA (internet): I also use this exchange for intranet/internal network, so I need to request the certificates relating to "internal", like OWA (when accessed from intranet) OAB (when accessd from the intranet) And one more problem I met: I cannot open the Outlook profile of Exchange 2013 into non-domain client but OWA is Ok this is the warning when I try to open that profile: "cannot open your default e-mail folder. Outlook 2013 Certificate Error Autodiscover information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by others. For those who don’t know if the setting is needed in your environment, you can run a command to check and/or record the setting in case a roll back is needed.

Reply J.FT says December 14, 2013 at 4:17 am Great article Paul!

This one requires just a single entry in your Public DNS pointing to the Exchange Server and we will be good to go. Use the Outlook "Connection Status" dialog to verify that Outlook is connecting only to the namespaces you configured. Would you see a reason for having the certificate cover the base domain? Outlook 2010 Certificate Error When Sending Email mail.domain.com (Service for OWA, activesync)-Geotrust CA 2.

Shall we dump the current certificate and buy new SAN certificate or is there other way around to purchase and install second certificate for autodiscover.mydomain.com or is there any other option? Reply Paul Cunningham says March 5, 2013 at 8:48 pm The certificate disappears? In this scenario will the client receive any security warning for this HT names not being on cert or the email flow will continue to work without issues, still I was confused on this part. this content if you cann't find security tab then you need to enable advance view.

But since you're new to Exchange I wouldn't recommend it, and to be honest even experienced people tend to stick to just one IIS website and use a SAN cert for ease of deployment and administration. So for this article I will ignore POP, IMAP and UM. CLICK HERE > Want to Migrate to the Cloud? Reply Paul Cunningham says April 11, 2012 at 9:13 pm Internally the autodiscover names are the FQDN of the CAS, or at least by default.

Reply Paul Cunningham says March 27, 2012 at 9:57 pm They prompt for a certificate?