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Exchange 2013 Migration: Importing and exporting the exchange certificates

Exporting the Exchange 2010 certificate

Step 1: Left click on "Start"

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Step 2: Left click on "All Programs"

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Step 3: Left click on "Microsoft Exchange Server 2010"

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Step 4: Left click on "Exchange Management Console"

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Step 5: Left click on "Microsoft Exchange On-Premises"

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Step 6: Left click in "Microsoft Exchange"

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Step 7: Left click on "Server Configuration" in "Exchange Management Console"

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Step 8: Left click on "Client Access " in "Exchange Management Console"

Step 9: Left click on the Exchange 2010 server

Step 10: Right click on the certificate and left click on "Export Exchange Certificate..."

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Step 11: Left click on "Browse... " in "Export Exchange Certificate"

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Step 12: Save the certificate in a well known location

Step 13: Left click on "Password:" in "Export Exchange Certificate" and enter a password for the .pfx file. You will need this password later on to import the certificate.

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Step 14: Left click on "Finish (push button)" in "Export Exchange Certificate"

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Step 15: Left click on "Close" in "Exchange Management Console"

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Importing a certificate in Exchange Server 2013

Step 1: Left click on "Internet Explorer (button)"

Step 2: Left click on "Address Bar"

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Step 3: Enter the name of your Exchange 2013 server in the following format:

https://2013server/ecp?ExchClientVer=15

Note the addition of the ?ExchClientVer=15 string to the ecp url. Without this string you would be redirected to the Exchange 2010 ecp!

Step 4: Log in with an account which has membership in the “Organization Management” security group

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Step 5: Left click on "Servers"

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Step 6: Left click on "certificates"

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Step 7: Left click on the 3 dots.

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Step 8: Left click “Import Exchange certificate”

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Step 9: Enter the full UNC path to the location the pfx file is store (including the filename and extension)

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Step 10: Enter the password associated with the pfx file

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Step 11: Left click on "Add"

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Step 12: Select the servers the certificate should be imported on and click “add”

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Step 13: User left click in "Save"

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Step 14: Select the certificate which was just imported.

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Step 15: Left click on "Edit"

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Step 16: Left click on "Services".

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Step 17: Left click on "IIS" to assign it to the Exchange webservices.

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Step 18: User left click on "Save"

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Step 19: Open powershell.

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Step 20: Recycle the IIS Service

iisreset

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Print | posted on Friday, August 2, 2013 6:29 PM | Filed Under [ Exchange Build Guides Deployment ]

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#  Domainer

very clear instruction.
12/21/2017 12:16 AM | Quang
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