Certificates & PKI

Which name should I use as Common Name for my UC certificate?

I recently got a UC/SAN cert from DigiCert (read previous post “DigiCert: A Certificate Authority with excellent customer service“). Here’s a tip from them about which name (fqdn) to use as the Common Name. Q: Which name should I use as the “common name” for my UC certificate?A: It’s probably best to use the name […]

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DigiCert: A Certificate Authority with excellent customer service

I finally took the plunge and decided to get a certificate from a public Certificate Authority (CA) for my Exchange Server 2007 server at home. A certificate that supports Subject Alternative Names (SAN certificate, aka “Unified Communications” certificate), no less. Having dealt with a number of CAs in the past, and having heard some horror […]

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Exchange Server 2007 SP1: A bag of goodies!

It’s public now – a bag of goodies awaits Exchange folks come Exchange Server 2007 SP1. Terry Myerson, Exchange Server product group GM, just posted on the team blog about some exciting new stuff we’ll get to see in SP1. If you’re in love with the idea of Local Continuous Replication (LCR) for stand-alone/non-clustered servers, […]

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