N/APosted on - 01/14/2012
Is the Internal CA Certificate enough for enabling Web Conferencing and A/V Conferencing or does it requires only External CA Certificate or any DNS SRV records to publish for Web Conferencing and A/V Conferencing?
Internal CA Certificate on enabling Web Conferencing and A/V Conferencing
The internal CA certificate is enough to enable the web conferencing and A/V conferencing, and the following are the steps that will help you enable it:
1. First you will log on to the server with an account that is a member of the Administrators group and then assign a certificate from your certificate authority.
2. You will then insert the Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 CD. In the event that you are installing from a network share, you will need to access the SetupI386 folder, and then you will double-click Setup.exe.
3. Next you will locate the Deploy Standard Edition Server option and click on it, and then go to Configure Certificate, and click Run.
4. Go to the Welcome to the Certificate Wizard page and from there click Next.
5. The next step will be to locate the Available Certificate Tasks page and then click Assign an existing certificate, and then click Next.
6. Look for the page that has Available Certificates and then click the certificate that you want to assign to the server, and then click Next.
7. And then you will go to the Configure the Certificate(s) of your Server page, and from there you will need to review the certificate assignments, and then click Next to assign the certificate, and then click Finish.