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  • The certificate associated to the UM service must be a certificate that contains the FQDN of the actual Exchange Server either its own certificate or a certificate that includes that FQDN CAS-1.SERVER.LOCAL as a SAN.

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  • You can use internal names if you have an internal CA, public certificate authorities won't issue certs with internal names anymore.


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    Wednesday, March 30, 2016 8:39 PM
  • you should issue an internal certificate from your root CA with Exchange servers FQDN in it and assign it to UM service.
    Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:02 AM
  • The public CA'S actually have workarounds for this now, they have a services where they can authenticate your internal domain.

    https://www.entrust.com/private-ssl-certificates/

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