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SSL Setup - 20.Sep.2007 11:25:04 PM   
CameronFrasnelly

 

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Environment:  Exchange 2007 single server install. Server name is mail.domain.com.  It matches our external domain.  We have several windows mobile devices and several palm devices.
 
Goal:  Purchase a UCC Cert from Comodo (http://www.comodo.com/msexchange/index.html) and install it without breaking anything and A) allow mobile devices to use Activesync B) allow home Outlook users to use Outlook Anywhere to connect to our Exchange server without using a VPN and C) allow home OWA users to avoid annoying security alerts.
 
Can someone tell me the complete cmdlet to use to generate the request???
 
This link (http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/07/02/445698.aspx) seems to be the best information so far but it is far from complete.  After reading it I have the following questions:
 
1) Since my server name is mail.domain.com can I just use the below -domainname options:
          - mail.domain.com
          - domain.com
2) Do I have to add the autodiscover option autodiscover.domain.com to the cmdlet????  What would happen if I did not???
 
3) Would anything break if I only used the above two -domainname options?
 
Thanks for your time!
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