I don’t want it to be a big dramatization in getting your certificate onto your mobile device. Small Business Server creates a self-signed certificate for the Default Web Site when you run the Configure Exchange and Internet Connection Wizard (CEICW). This certificate is used for sites that require SSL, such as OWA.
You can also configure your mobile device to synchronize with the Exchange server using SSL so that your data is not sent over the Internet in clear text. Below I describe the simplest way of getting that certificate to the device without using any tools.
For SBS servers, go to the C:\ClientApps\SBSCert folder. If you have ISA installed, you will get the file named ISAcert.cer. If you do not have ISA installed, the file name is Sbscert.cer.
This is the public certificate that you will send to your mobile device. It is already exported to a .cer file for you.
Note: If you do not have ISA on the server, you can export the certificate directly from the Default Web Site in the IIS Manager snap-in.
If you have IIS installed, you will need to export the certificate using the Certificates MMC snap-in.
To export the certificate using the MMC the steps would be:
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