Updating exchange 2016 certificate
In some cases, the existence of changes will depend on which previous CU you're upgrading from.
So as a general rule you should plan for AD schema changes and updates to occur.
Hi, With Exchange 2013 deployments already in place, I’ve wanted to share with you all some “new” behaviors, tips and more to help you prevent headaches and issues 🙂 With regards to two previously posts – Prevent Outlook Anywhere (aka RPC over HTTP) from being automatically configured in Exchange 2007 with autodiscover and also Authentication pop ups and annoyances with Exchange 2007 / 2010 and Outlook Anywhere – this post is some sort of a follow-up.
With Exchange 2013, Outlook Anywhere (aka RPC over HTTP/s) is the default method for Outlook clients connections – that is no more direct RPC connections to the servers for Outlook clients.
As a rule of thumb, aim for “days or weeks” rather than “months” between server upgrades, depending on the size of your environment.
Crashes of the IIS (W3WP.exe) process have been reported causing instability of Exchange Server on Windows Server 2016.Otherwise, your certificate will not work properly.If you are currently using an ISA (Internet Security and Acceleration) server in front of your Exchange 2010 server, or need to export your SSL certificate to any other Microsoft server type, see Exchange 2013 CSR Generation for a step-by-step walkthrough.After creating the CSR in MS Exchange 2013 / 2016 server, you should purchase a UCC SSL certificate to your Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 / 2016.You need to submit your generated CSR during configuration process; CA will issue your certificate via email after confirming your request for the certificate.