How to view Exchange 2010 certificate properties through Exchange Management Console and PowerShell

How to view Exchange 2010 certificate properties through Exchange Management Console and PowerShell



Article Summary: This article provides information about how to view Exchange 2010 Certificate properties through Exchange Management Console and PowerShell


In the console tree, click Server Configuration.

Select the server that contains the certificate, and then select the certificate you want to view.

From the action pane, click Open.

You can view information about the certificate on the General, Details, and Certification Path pages of the Exchange Certificate dialog box.

Using PowerShell you would use the following command to view the porpeties of the Certificate

Get-ExchangeCertificate 0271A7F1CA9AD8A27152CCAE044F968F068B14B8 | fl




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上次修改日期: 10/29/2014 01:26 PM


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