Self Signed Certs in Exchange 2010

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Exchange 2010. Server 2008. Lync 2010 IIS7
Can anyone give me step by step instructions on how I create a self signed certificate in exchange 2010 that will work with rpc over http. it already works on my phone I can send and receive with no problems. I can also connect to owa but outlook outside my org will not connect. please please help me on this I have spent countless hours on it. I have lync configured and working internally and externally and exchange works on my phone, ipad etc owa works but outlook outside my org wont. it just gives me cert errors and after I install the cert that pops on screen it still wont connect This is a lab setup but a fully functioning one with public IP and full access to DNS externally

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Exchange 2010. Server 2008. Lync 2010 IIS7
ASKED: August 24, 2012  1:43 PM

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