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No valid certificates - 15.Sep.2006 1:52:21 PM   
whooligan

 

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Hello All,

Running isa 2006 standard. Installed own created Certificates. Made sure that my own root CA is in the local computer's Trusted Root CA certificate store and that the certificates which will be used are in the local computer's Personal certificate store.
However, when trying to select a certificate for SSL publishing, it shows a red cross and says: invalid certificate.

I am able to publish exchange through http, but that is not what we want.

Thanks.
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RE: No valid certificates - 17.Sep.2006 3:13:38 AM   
alans

 

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Hi,

Make sure the server Trusts CA. Goto http://servername/certsrv. Then "Download a CA Certificate, Certifcaye chain ,or CRL", Click on "Download CA Certificate" save the file on the local computer.

Then import the certificate to Trusted authorities.

Regards,

Alans

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RE: No valid certificates - 17.Sep.2006 9:54:15 AM   
whooligan

 

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Hi Alans,

Thank you for your reply.
I tried to add the certificates again, so the one I want to use and the root certificates. Installed them in the Trusted Root CA store.
ISA still wo'nt take it as a valid certificate.
When I look at the certificate, and the path in the certificates MMC snap-in, it shows me that this is a valid certificate.

Any further ideas?

Thanks.

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RE: No valid certificates - 17.Sep.2006 11:05:02 AM   
alans

 

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Hi,

I don't think the certificate that you've got is right then for the ISA server. try creating a certificate from the exchange server IIS and give it the name of your external address. Then export the certificate and
copy it to ISA see if that works.

Regards,

Alan

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