Our users receive security warnings in Outlook

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In a site I want to get a new Client Access Server installed if I don’t have it started to accept end users’ connection. Is it possible? In the recent past, I have fetched up 4 completely fresh i. e. new multi-roled CAS (HT Servers). I have done so for only one site of ours.

The servers which are new and that I bought up make our users receive security warnings in Outlook. It is so since the new servers that I bought up use certificates that are self-signed ones as default.

I haven’t put any of those servers in any of our VIPs. Under the above circumstances I want to know the exact reason for which the end users have been being headed to them.

Are they robotically joined to the objects of Client Access Array in the case of that site?

What should I do to prevent this?

Should I manually take the servers that are new away from Client Access Arrays until they get prepared for production?

Or is there anything else that I should do?

Answered By 0 points N/A #142507

Our users receive security warnings in Outlook


Hi Stewartyimothy,

Based on the information you have stated, the concern here is the certificate warning users are getting on MS Outlook.

Troubleshooting this from the bottom up, this may actually be a setting on Microsoft Outlook. You can try configuring the manner in which MS Outlook handles data/certificates. You can have these certificates treated numerous ways by Microsoft Outlook.

An idea that you may consider is to simply have all users with their own certificate. This helps you build into a much secure setting.

With regard to your first question – yes it is possible but may require desk hours unless you have good tools to manage your AD.



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