Exchange 2010 – Installing SAN Certificate from Internal Root CA

Click on the below link to download document for installing Exchange 2010 SAN certificate from Internal Root CA.

Ø Creating New Exchange certificate using Exchange management console and generating CSR to internal Domain controller to get SAN Certificate

Ø Installing pre-requisites for CA Server.

Ø Installing the CA Server to get SAN certificate.

Ø Submitting the Exchange 2010 CSR to get SAN certificate.

Ø Installing SAN certificate to Exchange 2010 Trusted root.

Ø Complete the pending Exchange certificate using Exchange management console. (Importing Certificate)

Ø  Enable exchange 2010 client services on SAN certificate.

Exchange 2010 Certificate Creation Step by Step

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4 Responses to Exchange 2010 – Installing SAN Certificate from Internal Root CA

  1. Thanks for the article. I am wondering how to do the same process on a windows 2008 CA instead the one for windows 2003

    Regards

  2. I don’t see much difference if any on Windows 2008, you could follow the same process and let me know if stuck on any option.

    • Yes, the process is very similar and the certificate enrollment through the web page in nearly exact. The only difference was the way the certificate services installed in 2008.

      Thanks & Regards

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