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Old 01-22-2007, 11:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to install the BES4.1.2 with LCS Office Commumcation. However, I saw the installation guide which mentioned the server authentication certificate. Could anyone let me know why to import the server authentication certificate from LCS?

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The authentication cert is more for the MDSS then for the BBIM/LCS in 4.1.2.
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I believe he's referring to the configuration of TLS. As part of our LCS rollout, we configured the Corporate Trusted Root CA certificate to be pushed to all workstations and servers on the network. You should be able to export the same general certificate from another server or pull it off your CA and install it to the Trusted Root CA Certificates container for the Local Computer.
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