OWA using SelfSSL and Certificate Services removal

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Hey there... I am curretly running Exchange 2003 on W2k3 member server. I installed Certificate Services and produced my own certificate and all works well with OWA. I recently found out that SelfSSL is available but not quite as robust, which would probably be good. I removed Cert services and was getting ready to install selfssl when one of my domain controllers started getting an error message about the cert being invalid. It happened last time I tried to uninstall cert services and I ended up rebuilding the domain controller to get rid of it. I don't want to do that again. So do any of you know how to remove certifcate services from the domain cleanly? Also, is SelfSSL a good route to take for securing OWA? thanks a mil...

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Quick question to start with. Are you making OWA accessible from the Internet, or just on your internal network?

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  • TheVyrys
    Yes I am making it available to the internet. Only about 20 users from their laptops or homes. I may want to implement a VPN solution later so they can work with their files, but I feel uneasy about that right now.
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