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How to Export/Import an SSL Certificate from Exchange2010 to Exchange 2013

Lets see how to export and import a Exchange Cert from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013

Open Exchange Management Console – Click on Server Configuration – Exchange Certificates – Right Click on the Cert – Click on Export Exchange Certificate


Browse for the location to save .  .pfx file . Enter a security password.


Save the file.

Login to Exchange 2013, We will do the import process.

Open the Exchange Admin Center – Click on Servers – Certificates – Click on Import Exchange Certificate.


Enter .pfx file location – Enter the password

Choose next


Specify the Server you want to import the exchange cert.


Choose finish.

Choose the Cert and Choose the Edit icon.


Choose the Services and click on Save.


Just do an IISreset to take effect.

Opening the URL the cert looks assigned.


Satheshwaran Manoharan
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  1. The Certificate Authority part should be presented on the DC that issued the past cert. Is essentially an occasion of uncovering it inside that snap-in and reissuing.

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  2. Hi satheshwaran,

    We are in the need to chnage the exchnage certificate(comodo) to our hybrid servers , could you please tell the steps to move the certificates without affecting auto discover and other stuffs .



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