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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices by Joel Stidley, Siegfried Jagott

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Planning Certificates

This section is about certificates that are generally used by Exchange 2010 to secure communication between the servers and between the client and the servers. It explains the basics about the certificates, and then dives into the details of what types of certificates are available and what you need to know to plan the names you put into your certificates accordingly.

About Digital Certificates

A digital certificate basically is an electronic representation of users, computers, or other devices or services. A digital certificate consists of a private and a public key pair.

The private key is stored only on a computer, device, or possibly a digital ID card. In many companies these keys are kept under the same security level as ...

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