• From: "Crouthamel, Jonathan" <jcrouthamel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList] (E-mail)" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 15:29:46 -0500

Hi all,

We currently have a cert from verisign to enable ssl for our OWA users. We
are in the process of setting up Windows 2000 Certificate Authority on our
test network and are stumped with the first option of what to install,
enterprise or standalone CA. We don't want to issue certificates to users on
the outside, we just want them to establish a secure connection with our OWA
server like it is currently configured with the verisign cert. Any insight
is appreciated. Thanks.

Jonathan Crouthamel - MCSE/CNA
Technical Services Supervisor
Systems Administrator
Datavision-Prologix, Inc.
Phone: 215.442.7400 x1150
Email: jcrouthamel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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