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How to assign services to a New Exchange Certificate in Exchange 2010 through Exchange Management Console

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In the console tree, select Server Configuration.

In the action pane, click Assign Services to Certificate to open the Assign Services to Certificate wizard.

This wizard helps you assign the appropriate services to your certificate for your Exchange organization.

On the Assign Services page, use the check boxes in the Assign Services section to choose the services you want to assign to your certificate. If you chose services during certificate creation, these services will already be checked. Click Assign.

On the Completion page, verify that all of the services were assigned properly.

If you attempt to assign the Unified Messaging service to the certificate and the certificate is running in TCP mode only, assignment will fail. In order to use a certificate for Unified Messaging, it must be set to run in TLS mode or Dual mode.

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ID de l'article : SLN286103

Date de la dernière modification : 10/29/2014 10:41 AM

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