Thursday, January 7, 2010

Assigning SSL Certificate for OWA Exchange 2010 Part 2

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”

Download the PDF version

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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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see you didn't opt for a SAN certificate. Did you just change the URL for all the webservices (OAB,OOF, AutoDisc, etc)?

stuart johnson said...

THANK YOU!
This has saved my frustrated brain! Every time we tried to use our certificates we were getting the Given final block not properly padded error in the Application event log. Your writeup finally explained WHY we got this, and how to fix it.

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Jamie said...

Can you explain why you didn't use a SAN ssl certificate in this case?

SSL Certificates said...

This has saved my brain frustrated! Every time we tried to use the certificates were becoming Since the final block not properly padded error in the application event log. Your writeup then why is this and how to solve the problem.

Haider said...

Thanks... Your guide helped a great deal...

2012 said...

Hello
Exchange 2010, Active Directory Blog
Brilliant post, I went through the post ,I found it very informative
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your knowledge, by giving we receive