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Marked as answer by emma.yoyo Thursday, June 14, 2012 2:48 AM Thursday, June 07, 2012 10:21 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello! Reply Mehdi says October 11, 2011 at 9:29 pm Thanks for quick response! certutil -verify -urlfetch c:\edv\13296984.crt (13296984.crt filename of your provider Certificate) ---------------- Certificate AIA ---------------- Failed "AIA" Time: 0 Error retrieving URL: The operation timed out 0x80072ee2 (WIN32: 12002) http://crt.comodoca.com/COMODOHigh-AssuranceSecureServerCA.crt New certificate being ordered! http://gbnetvideo.net/exchange-2010/this-certificate-is-invalid-for-exchange-server-usage-2010.html
The Certificate Is Invalid For Exchange Server Usage Godaddy
To correct the problem you must install the root certificate for the certificate authority. For a private certificate authority this can be obtained from the web enrollment page (eg http://ca-server/certsrv). Case Studies TUI Health nexxus Independent Schools Foundation Certificate Center Check Order Status Renew Buy Additional Add a License Replace Revoke Update Account Partner Center Issue Manage Renew Marketing Support Sales Now place the Certificate in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store. Launch a new Microsoft Management Console (Start -> Run, mmc.exe) and add the Certificates snap-in to it, connecting to the Computer Account for the Local Computer.
Reply Daniel says May 14, 2015 at 4:18 am We have an issue with clients not being able to connect with outlook anywhere. So bottomline... I imported the Root CA into the Trusted Root Certificate Authority and the Intermediate CA certificate into the Intermediate Certificate Authorities certificate Store.I then refreshed the EMC and viola, the message Exchange 2010 Certificate Status Invalid Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft.
In case if you are not able to proceed from somewhere, Please comment, We will try our best to solve your query. Sorry...Please supply a document ID for the article you are searching for. if a user of group1 or group 2 or Linux connects to Exchange server, do we have the log in Exchange to know that ? https://search.thawte.com/support/ssl-digital-certificates/index?page=content&actpl=CROSSLINK&id=SO19687 Reply tomm says October 6, 2011 at 7:01 am I try this, but certificate is always invalid.
The Certificate Status Could Not Be Determined Exchange 2010
I checked the thread of trust, and it was correct as well. i dont get it work. :( February 8, 2012 at 1:06 PM Nivlesh Chandra said... The Certificate Is Invalid For Exchange Server Usage Godaddy Contact Support Contact Authentication Services Knowledge Center Change Product Search Contact Symantec About Symantec News Blogs Legal Notices Privacy Repository Worldwide Sites Site Map Feedback Copyright © 2016 Symantec Exchange 2013 Certificate Status Invalid Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Get Free Updates Join over 20,000 IT pros and stay up to date with the latest Exchange Server and Office 365 news,
We respect your email privacy Popular Resources Latest Articles 2016 Year in Review, and What's Happening to Exchange Server Pro in 2017 Exchange Server 2016 Migration – Removing Legacy Servers Exchange http://gbnetvideo.net/exchange-2010/exchange-2013-database-won-39-t-mount.html Home |  Archive |  Contact |  Subscribe |  Filter by APML |  Log in Butsch Informatik | CH-4147 Aesch, Switzerland | www.ntfaq.ch | www.butsch.ch | info at ntfaq.ch << Exchange 2010, How to run an Exchange So, from Exchange server, I create a SAN with all information: CN (Common) name = ex.test.com Other domain names = mail1.test.com, mail2.local.com, auto.local.com, owa.local.com All steps to create certificate/import are followed I was having this problem in my lab for exchange 2010 and of course MS Book didn't mention anything regarding having this problem, so I got it fixed using your instruction. Exchange 2013 Certificate Revocation Check Failed
Extended Validation SSL ... All Rights Reserved. to my SAN certificate? http://gbnetvideo.net/exchange-2010/12014-exchange-2010.html For some unknown reason, my certificate's Intermediate CA and Root CA certificate were in the incorrect certificate store (they were in the Personal certificate store!).3.
Reply Stuart Clarkson says February 28, 2012 at 12:26 am Hi, I've just had EMC showing the certificate being invalid. Exchange 2010 Install Certificate Reply Richard says May 1, 2013 at 9:15 pm Thank you Paul, I got it fix. Please advise the solution to how to import the SAN Certificate I used for the initial Exchange Certificate request.
Once I had installed the certificate via EMC (Exchange Management Console), I found out that I could not assign any services to it. Reply Waldemar Barbe says September 21, 2011 at 7:59 pm Worked perfect. I got it working, I had to install the intermidiate certificates from go daddy to get it working, Cheers! 🙂 Reply Daniel says August 14, 2012 at 1:21 pm Had this The Name On The Security Certificate Is Invalid Exchange 2010 Here I found the issue!
Cannot sign in to Lync. Please check current status of the certificate in CAS server's sExchange Management Console, if it is showing invalid, you'll need to rechain it and also before rechaining, remove any entry of If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? have a peek at these guys Place the certificate in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.
From Linux server, I'll send email to a Linux_user configured Exchange email. I used Enable-ExchangeCertificate to force the certificate to be used for IIS, and this allowed me to see the real issue. Navigate to Trusted Root Certification Authorities. Right-click on Certificates and choose All Tasks and then Import. After this it was working.
The error shown is "Certificate is invalid for exchange server usage" I've seen this problem before, and normally it's solved after making sure the path for the certificate is correct. >