I am about to renew a SSL certificate to be used with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013. I am viewing the current SSL certificate that is about to expire to check what addresses are currently included on it so that I know what to specify in the new SSL certificate.
DNS Name=mail.example.com DNS Name=autodiscover.example.com DNS Name=exchangeserver.example.local
My question is do I still to include the
exchangeserver.example.local address or is this only included for some old historic reason? By my understanding you shouldn't include
.local addresses on SSL certificates these days, but how can I check whether not including this will cause any problems when I switch to the new SSL certificate?
Is there any way to check whether anything is currently using the
.local address to connect?