Troubleshooting: Exchange – Unable to open OWA, ECP, or EMS after a self-signed certificate is removed from the Exchange Back End Website

Consider the following scenario when you are using Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 or Microsoft Exchange Server 2016: You remove the Microsoft Exchange Self-Signed certificate from the Exchange Back End Website by using Certificates MMC, Remove-Exchangecertificate, IIS Manager or another method. You clear the IIS cache by restart or IISReset. You are installing a new SSL Certificate to your Exchange system. In this scenario, several client protocols such as ECP, OWA, ActiveSync and Exchange Management Shell cannot connect. The following issues may occur: OWA and ECP display a blank page. ActiveSync users cannot receive emails. Exchange Management Shell will cannot connect and displays the following Error: New-PSSession : [dc.local.mcrlegal.com] Processing data from remote server dc.local.mcrlegal.com failed with the following error message: […]

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Setting up Exchange configuration in Exchange 2010 & 2013

Setting up the configuration in Exchange 2010 and 2013 configuration will vary depending on your environment. You will need to know and select the Exchange configuration that best works for you and your organization. If you need more support on how the Exchange configuration services best fits you and your environment you will need to contact Microsoft Support. Below is a simplified explanation of each item. Federated Sharing — Select if you want to use your certificate for Federated Delegation. Client Access server (Outlook Web App) — Select if you have Outlook Web App on the Internet, and then enter the domain names you use to access Outlook Web App. Client Access server (Exchange ActiveSync) — Select if ActiveSync is enabled, and then […]

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Microsoft Exchange: How it fits into business

SSL Solutions for Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft Exchange: How it fits into business Microsoft Exchange: How SSL fits into business applications are essential tools for any business. With the introduction of Microsoft Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013, businesses are able to leverage constant communication to drive productivity and stay competitive. Along with the new capabilities comes a greater chance of risk that your private and sensitive information being transferred can be compromised. Organizations must be mindful to take the proper security steps to ensure their information is secured and that’s where SSL certificates come in. There are more perceived risks when shopping online–from information security to pricing and service all of which degrades consumer confidence. If a visitor does not trust your website the sale will […]

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