Creating a CSR on Exchange 2007
In order to create a CSR on Exchange 2007, you must use the New-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet which can be used from the Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
Note: Exchange Management Shell: Click Start, click Programs, and then click Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Then click Exchange Management Shell.
An example command to generate a request would be:
New-ExchangeCertificate -GenerateRequest -SubjectName 'C=GB, O=Some Company, CN=exchange.example.net' -KeySize 2048 -Path c:\\exchange.example.net.req
Note: If you plan on exporting your certificate from your server or making a backup of this you will need to use the below command to enable this
Note: This is the bare minimum that we require for UCC CSRs.
New-ExchangeCertificate -GenerateRequest -SubjectName 'C=GB, O=Some Company, CN=exchange.example.net' -KeySize 2048 -DomainName server1, imap.server1.com, exchange.example.net, pop.server1.com -Path c:\\exchange.example.net.req -PrivateKeyExportable $true
For more information on the Office Communications Server 2007 Certificate Wizard and installing certificates for Office Communications Server, see the deployment documentation available on the Office Communications Server 2007 Technical Library.
To access Exchange Management Shell cmdlets, you must load the Exchange Management Shell from the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 program menu.
* Installing your Unified Communications Certificate
* What domains should I include in my UCC certificate?
* Requesting a replacement UCC certificate