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Certificate Authority - 27.Mar.2012 7:43:43 AM   


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Hi all,

I have the following scenario in my test enviroment:

1x windows 2008 domain controller with certificate authority installed.
1x windows 2008 member server with MS exchange 2007 sp1 installed.

I want to use a self signed certificate through the use of the certificate authority.

I have done the steppes in article below (http://edmckinzie.wordpress.com/2008/04/16/request-and-install-an-exchange-2007-certificate-for-webmail-pop-and-imap-services-new-exchangecertificate/)

I added a windows XP computer to the domain, installed outlook and configured it. This works perfect!

I have an windows XP / 7 computer at home (not in the domain)
I added a dns of webmail.domainname.nl on my test external dns site and forwarded it to my router. Within the router i created a forward to my internal exchange server 2007. The forwarding works nicely.
The only problem i have is that when i try to go to https://webmail.domainname.nl/owa from my home windows XP / 7 computer i still keep getting a warning that the certificate is not trusted.

How can i get my home XP / 7 computer to trust this certificate without having to manually add the certificate on this computer?

Is this even possible?

I hope that there is an anwser,

Kind regards,

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RE: Certificate Authority - 27.Mar.2012 7:51:13 AM   


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Hi Ramon,
Either your workstation needs to be a member of the domain or it needs to trust the CA. I don't believe there is another way to block the warning. Another option which isn't recommended is to drop SSL and use straight HTTP.


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