Updating Server 2008R to Exchange 2010

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Hi!

We have made exchange from 2008R to 2010. The updates were installed perfectly. For a few days, I made an attempt to install the Management Console for Exchange 2010 on my system, Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1 system.

When I checked the “Automatically install Windows Server Roles” – I found the same error like Craig. 

When I unchecked the box, the console installed normally, but problem is, then I got “initialization failed” and no connection is available to the server.

I have installed all available updates and KBs along with hot fixes, but nothing worked. I have also installed the RSAT tools for 2 times, but disheartened.

So can anyone give me any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

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Updating Server 2008R to Exchange 2010

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Hello brother you can over come this problem by the following steps

Download the SSL certificate from your web hosting company. This will be a (.crt) file and the name of the file will be your domain.

Place a copy of the file on your Exchange Server.

Click the "Start" button and then select "Programs." Go to the program group for "Microsoft Exchange 2010" and select the option for "Exchange Management Console."

Find and then click your certificate type from the "Exchange Certificates" section. Click the

Navigate to the location of the saved certificate file and click the "Open" button. Click the

Click the "Actions" menu and select the option for "Assign Services to Certificate." Scroll through the list and select your server. Click the "Next" button to continue.

Put a check in the box for each service that you want to assign to the certificate. Click the "Next" button and click the "Assign." button. Click the "Finish" button to complete the process.

Thanks,

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