This is a realy helpful tool :)
This tool eases the pain of managing all the certificates in an Exchange Server 2007 Organization.
Since the release of Exchange Server 2007 that it has been really troublesome not only to check and create the certificates, but also to renew.
So being, U-BTech Solutions is providing Certificate Manager for Exchange Server 2007 freely, to ease the process with a simple, easy to use GUI which enables you to:
1) Manage your current server certificates. 2) Enable certificates for Exchange 2007 Services (POP, IMAP, SMTP, IIS, UM). 3) Generate an Exchange 2007 Certificate Signing Request and process the Certificate Authority answer. 4) Generate an Exchange 2007 Self-Signed certificate (not for production use). 5) Easily include additional subject names in a single certificate. 6) Import & Export ability for existing certificates. To read more about Certificate Use in Exchange 2007 at Microsoft TechNet follow the link:
Certificate Manager for Exchange Server 2007 is currently offered by U-BTech Solutions free of charge
Link to the U-BTech page : http://www.u-btech.com/images/certificate-manager-flash.html
Link to the free download : http://www.u-btech.com/products/certificate-manager-for-exchange-2007.html
Kindest regards to Steven Bink for posting this on his site ( bink.nu )
Hope this makes it easier for everyone to manage Certificates :)
nice tool, but i would also mention their Exchange 2010 Tasks, a tool that uses powershell and AD display specifiers to allow management of Exchange 2010 users form ADUC (what MS should have done imho). I have not used the tool yet, but surely plan to have a look at it.
thanks for the link.
Thanks for your comment.
If you happen to know the link for the referred tool, please do not hesitate to reply back and I will post it :)
It's always good to learn !
hi João ,
nice post, this does saves a lot for 2007 users :)
i saw the exchange 2010 tasks on their website, really cool ! i will try on lab.
thanks for the great link!
Thank you Hugo :)
Just making life easier to all Exchange admins out there .