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SSL Cert(Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013) - 28.Mar.2014 1:07:49 PM   


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I am using Exchange Server 2007 SP3. I am doing transition to exchange server 2013.

My exchange server is also an Additional Domain Controller.
Server1 : my primary DC(Windows Server 2008 R2)
Server 2 : My exchange Server as well as my Additional Domain Controller (mail.mydomain.com)

My plan to proceed for exchange 2013:i am installing exchange 2013 on a seperate newserver with a new name (mail2.domain.com for example), migrate emails to the new server, remove exchange 2007 from the backup-DC and change internal DNS to point mail.domain.com to the new server. (CNAME or A record)

Current Status : i have upgraded the exchange schema and successfully installed exchange server 2013 on windows server 2012 with mail2.mydomain.com.Now i need to import SSL certificate from Exchange 2007.

I have valid Third pary CA digicert and in my outlook webaccess URL i can see 4 SAN Names

How to export these from Exchange 2007 and import in Exchange 2013.
Do i also need to create an host record(legacy.mydomain.com) pointing to my exchange server 2007.

Should Legacy be added to the certificate?
Please guide me with powershell command to export SSL Cert
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RE: SSL Cert(Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013) - 1.Apr.2014 5:04:28 AM   


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You may refer to the links mentioned below to export the SSL cert.from Exchange 2007-

Also, you must know that Microsoft does not allow to migrate from one version to another skipping the intermediate one ie. 2010 in your case. So, you must use some utility tool here to avoid the risks associated and for easy and hassle-free migration.
One such reliable tool is available at-

(in reply to risingflight143)
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