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Active Sync 101 - 6.Mar.2007 1:44:36 PM   
hunglikethor

 

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I have OWA configured properly on ISA 2006/Exchange 2007 and everything is working fine.  I added an Exchange Active Sync using the same SSL Listener as the OWA rule, and am about to try to access e-mail via a co-worker's PDA.  The certificate I am using comes from an Internal PKI root CA.  Will I need to import the root CA to the PDA or will it work with just a warning?  PDA is one of the Verizon PDAs.  I will try and let the forum know of results. 
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RE: Active Sync 101 - 23.Mar.2007 1:56:06 PM   
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Hi Hung,

Yes, you will need to import the CA root cert into the PDA.

We use Verizon Samsung i730 PDA phones and it works a treat.

HTH,
Tom

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RE: Active Sync 101 - 5.Apr.2007 12:16:16 AM   
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I just got a verizon palm 700wx

How do I import the root CA?

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RE: Active Sync 101 - 5.Apr.2007 6:29:43 AM   
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Don't know how to do it with the Palm OS. Or does that device run Windows Mobile?

Tom

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RE: Active Sync 101 - 5.Apr.2007 10:54:10 AM   
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Runs Windows Mobile; has a root CA and personal CA store.  root CA store is full of the usual root CAs.  I imported the public key of my root CA to a *.cer file and stored it on my smartphone in a folder.  How do I import it into the smartphone root CA store?

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RE: Active Sync 101 - 5.Apr.2007 10:56:11 AM   
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BTW, when I try to sync I get a not completed error withthe support code of 0x80072F17

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RE: Active Sync 101 - 6.Apr.2007 10:57:51 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: hunglikethor

Runs Windows Mobile; has a root CA and personal CA store.  root CA store is full of the usual root CAs.  I imported the public key of my root CA to a *.cer file and stored it on my smartphone in a folder.  How do I import it into the smartphone root CA store?


There should be a cert import tool for the device that allows you to import the CA certificate onto the device.

HTH,
Tom

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