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That blog post describes an incorrect certificate on Exchange itself.  For example, you make a connection to Exchange and your InternalURLs, ExternalURLs, and AutodiscoverServiceInternalURI FQDN is not defined on the certificate.  Well first, let's explore a little on the steps External Autodiscover goes through in order to find Exchange. Does anyone know of an easier way around this? Just about all of mine are Exchange 2010 but this method should work for 2007 as well.The issue is that your internal clients are using your server's internal DNS name (let's click site

So the million dollar question? Automatic Mailbox Creation Redirects Outlook 2007/2010/2013 clients to point to the correct server in which their mailbox is located Provides URLs to Web Services for Outlook 2007/2010/2013 When you first launch If they try to 'install' the cert it does not solve the problem. Is there a way to do away with the certs on the local Outlook clients? check that

Outlook Certificate Error Exchange 2010 Name Does Not Match

Internal Autodiscover and the Service Connection Point The Autodiscover service is a mechanism that can do several things. You used to be able to get away with using them in small orgs with Outlook 2007 and lower, but that is no longer a valid (IMHO) option. Are the certs really needed internally?

Why the error and why is it showing the company's public website's certificate. This specific issue is a bit different.  This issue is that when you are trying to make a connection to Autodiscover via https://autodiscover.domain.com, the Outlook client does not successfully make a ahmerali Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Toronto...home of the Raptors and some hockey team. Outlook 2010 Autodiscover Certificate Error It is a self-signed cert that resides on the local server.

current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. The Name On The Security Certificate Is Invalid Or Does Not Match The Name Of The Site Exchange 2016 The client workstations have Office 2007 installed. I found this Solution when googling but it seems over complex. Others such as scorp508 might be able to offer more insight.

When a user opens Outlook on one of the local clients they are getting a certificate warning. - The security certificate is from a trusted certifying authority (green check)- The security The Name On The Security Certificate Is Invalid Exchange 2016 more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed This is a small network with 4 clients and the one server. KrispyK Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Jul 23, 2007Posts: 903 Posted: Fri Jul 05, 2013 6:32 am can you post the details of the certificate?It sounds like you're not using a multi-domain

The Name On The Security Certificate Is Invalid Or Does Not Match The Name Of The Site Exchange 2016

My Exchange experience is fairly limited and I did not have a hand in setting any of the network/server infrastructure up so I am feeling my way through this. Outlook uses SSL in four different places; Outlook Anywhere connections, Autodiscover, OAB downloads, and EWS tasks. Outlook Certificate Error Exchange 2010 Name Does Not Match I have a blog post on Outlook Certificate Errors which applies to Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, and Outlook 2013.  You can see that post here. Outlook Security Alert Certificate Keeps Popping Up If you don't already have the zone for company.com, you need to create it, and then add an A record for mail.company.comStep 2: In Powershell, run the following command:Set-ClientAccessServer -Identity server

Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Windows Technical Mojo Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual get redirected here Registered: Aug 9, 2001Posts: 2367 Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:10 pm I use self-signed certificates for small servers and have this frequently. Could you force all of those to HTTP, well yes, but I could also wi Home Policy Elan Shudnow's Blog Just another IT guy! E-mail SubscriptionRSS [email protected] 167 Posts and