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farisnt -> Is it Important to have the external site name like the internal for the certificate to work..? (3.Apr.2007 8:52:19 AM)

HI
Thanks for reading this post
I have a Q that I did not understand it well

If I want to publish a Email Server (Exchange OWA) is it important to have the external registed domain name as the FQDN of the Email Server
for Example
If My Local Domain is mail.mydomain.com
is it important to registe an external site that named as mail.mydomain.com and  have the Certificate name to be mail.mydomain.com


and If I have the local domain and Mail named as Mail.Mydomain.local
and the external site is EMailserver.Domain.net

What shell I do to ensure that the certificate will not make any problem and the publishing is OK

Thanks




tshinder -> RE: Is it Important to have the external site name like the internal for the certificate to work..? (9.Apr.2007 10:57:18 AM)

The name on the Web site certificate bound to the Web listener on the ISA Firewall must be the same as the name that users will use to connect to the site. The internal site certificate can be any name, although I highly recommend  split DNS infrastrucutre to make life easier for your users.

HTH,
Tom




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