For the Outlook Web Access, I've got 2 ways to access it. They are internal access (https://mailgate/....) and external access (https://webmail/....).
However, I will get the certificate warning either Internal or External access.
the cause is the certicate name is different from the FQDN in the URL. Problem if we use certificate named "webmail.XXX.XX.XX" it will work for external access but if accessing internally it displays the warning because they are using "mailgate" for URL. Same happens vice-versa. And we can only use 1 certficate per site in IIS as fas as I'm aware.
Basically i want to suppress the certificate warning for internal and external access. The IE6 warning did not look dangerous, and i could even disable it. So it's only become a problem with the installation of IE7. And also recent Firefox versions.
I'm looking for a solution at server level because I cant enforce browser settings outside the network.
And suggestions and idea?
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