Join Robert McMillen for an in-depth discussion in this video Install authentication certificates, part of Deploying Exchange Server 2019.
- [Instructor] We've received our certificate by e-mail … and now we're getting ready to install it. … What we need to do first is to share the folder … where the certificate is. … And we'll click on sharing, advanced sharing, … and give full permissions to everyone. … And now we'll go to the path … and we see there is our certificate. … Let's look at the UNC path and there we are. … And we need this UNC path in order … to install the certificate … because it won't take an absolute path. … We'll copy the UNC path. … And in the Exchange Admin Center, … we want to be on servers on the left-hand side … and certificates at the top right. … And we see the list of certificates … including our pending request. … We'll click these three dots … and choose to import our Exchange certificate. … We need to use the UNC path followed … by the name of the certificate. … We have our path in and we can click next. … Now we need to add the servers … where we want to install the certificate. … We're going to install it both on Exchange1 and Exchange2 …
- Planning an Exchange Server deployment
- Installing Exchange
- Installing authentication certificates
- Configuring authentication methods
- Designing mail flow
- Configuring send and receive connections
- Configuring transport rules
- Creating database availability groups for HA
- Managing database cluster failover for HA
- Accessing Exchange using Outlook
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Planning for Exchange Deployment
2. Deploying the Client Access Services
3. Deploying Email Transport
4. Deploying High Availability
5. Command Line Setup Options
6. Deploying Mobile and Outlook Solutions
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