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How do I assign a service to a Certificate in Exchange 2013?

Step 1: open Exchange Admin Center (EAC) and click servers > certificates. select your SSL certificate, and click the edit button . Step 2: click services and then place check marks next to the services that you would like assigned to the SSL Certificate.

How do I get an exchange certificate?

Servers > Certificates > select the server > select the certificate request > click the Complete link in the details pane. After you receive the certificate file or files from the CA, you install them on the Exchange server. Servers > Certificates > select the server > select the certificate > Edit > Services tab.

What is exchange certificate?

You don't need to replace the Microsoft Exchange self-signed certificate to encrypt network traffic between Exchange servers and services in your organization. You need additional certificates to encrypt connections to Exchange servers by internal and external clients.

How do I install Exchange Certificates?

Open the EAC and navigate to Servers > Certificates. In the Select server list, select the Exchange server where you want to install the certificate, click More options , and select Import Exchange certificate.

How do I update exchange certificates?

Open EAC or Exchange Admin Center Web page. Navigate to Servers section. Click on Certificates Option. Select Server Name. Click on Certificate you need to renew. Click on Renew option. Save the new CSR request to your desired UNC path.

What is Microsoft Exchange Server Auth certificate?

The Auth certificate is a single global certificate shared by Exchange servers for OAuth authentication. It is used to integrate applications such as Office Online Server (OOS), SharePoint, Lync, and Exchange Online. ... It will be called something like Microsoft Exchange Server Auth Certificate.

How do I exchange certificates in Outlook?

Open Outlook. Go to your "Trust Center" Select Email Security. Click Import/Export. Choose your E-mail signing certificate. Click Open. Type the certificate password and the Digital ID Name. Click OK.

What is Microsoft Exchange email server?

Microsoft Exchange is Microsoft's email server solution. In layman's terms, it's a piece of software that runs on a server and manages all your emails. ... Instead of your web-hosting company handling your email and them storing them on your computer, Exchange manages and backs up the emails on a server.

How do I renew Exchange SSL certificate?

Open Start then go to Programs > Microsoft Exchange 2010 > Exchange Management Console. Click Manage Databases. On the Right side, click 'Renew Exchange Certificate' Click browse and select a folder to save the CSR file e.g. your_domain_cer.req. Click through to finish.

How do I renew my Exchange 2013 certificate?

Open EAC or Exchange Admin Center Web page. Navigate to Servers section. Click on Certificates Option. Select Server Name. Click on Certificate you need to renew. Click on Renew option. Save the new CSR request to your desired UNC path.

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