SSL certificates, webmail.domain.com, remote.domain.com and exchange 2010 RRS feed

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  • User1497843915 posted


    I am fairly new to exchange server set ups. We are currently running ii6 on sbs 2011 with exchange 2010 and RWA. The previous It person never set up exchange correctly. The domain server is set up as .local server as well. Hosting domain externally. 

    Currently it has been set up with a single DNS -remote.domain.com that hosts RWA and exchange. None of the actual OWA etc have been set up correctly and is mainly used internally. We wanted to move away from this so i set up DNS records for autodiscover and webmail. I created got a CA certificate for the webmail but exchange just auto signed the autodiscover one. However when I went to move the IIS (for owa etc), imap, pop and smtp to the new certificate in exchange the RWA site now comes up with a certificate error (it has started using the webmail one) and none of the RDP word from RWA. RWA uses remote.domain.com and we wanted to change the MX, owa etc all to webmail.domain.com. So further investigation I went to the remote desktop gateway and found changing the IIS in exchange to the webmail cert changed it on the gateway as well. So I had to revert that back and now if you go to webmail.domain.com it has an ssl cert error and is using the remote.domain.com certificate. 

    We want to use the remote.domain.com for RDP access and shared folders etc and use the correct OWA for webmail.domain.com.

    Is there anyway around this?

    Thanks in advance.

    Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:39 AM

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