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Wild Card Certificate - 4.May2009 1:10:41 PM   
pvansch1

 

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Hello,
First I was trying to view the article from April 9 on using a wild card certificate with Outlook Anywhere, it doesn't want to play for me.
Has anyone done this?
Does it work well?
Are there written instructions somewhere?
Thanks, Pete
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RE: Wild Card Certificate - 4.May2009 1:19:57 PM   
rwbrady

 

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If you are running E2K7 you should get a new SAN certificate to replace the wildcard. They work similarily but have differences. Check out the full write-up on www.digicert.com
Bob,

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