This video discusses the certificate needs for a multisite Exchange organization, including best practices when multiple namespaces are still needed.
- [Instructor] When it comes to planning your certificates,…they can be as simple or as complex…as you choose to make them.…And the simpler you make them,…the easier it's going to be to plan…and execute a switchover.…Because we've been talking about an environment…where users could connect from a number of devices…and locations,…a third-party certificate from a trusted authority…is going to be your best bet.…And if you've been able to stick with…a single, unbound namespace,…your certificates will be simple as well.…
If your environment needs…a separate URL for each data center,…or, and this is now rarely necessary,…for each type of client access,…your certificates will need to be a little more complex.…The suggestion from Microsoft…is that you attempt to simplify the subject,…and have subject alternative names…for the various URLs that may be entered.…Now, this certificate could be…as simple as mail.landonhotels.com as the subject name,…and subject alternative names of the DNS entry…for mail, as well as auto discover,…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Planning namespaces
- Managing proxies and redirection
- Configuring client access
- Working with online servers
- Managing address lists and offline address books
- Allowing, blocking, and quarantining access
- Load balancing namespaces
- Troubleshooting POP/IMAP connectivity
- Troubleshooting Outlook Anywhere
- Resilient namespaces and URLs
- Configuring certificates for failover
Skill Level Intermediate
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