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A Lync Server Certificate is about to expire in a few days:
There are two way to locate information about the certificate that is associated with the Lync Server server
Method 1: Using Lync Server Deployment Wizard
Note You can also request a certificate from an internal CA, or assign an existing certificate from this wizard.
Method 2: Using Lync Management Shell
Use the PowerShell cmdlet Get-CsCertificate to locate information about the certificate associated with the Lync Server server
Note To view all properties on the certificate objects returned to see the SAN’s. Use with a "Get-CsCertificate | fl –property * cmdlet
For more information on Get-CsCertificate cmdlet please refer the following technet document
To request a certificate using the Lync Management Shell use the Request-CsCertificate cmdlet
For more information on Request-CsCertificate cmdlet please refer the following technet document
To import a certificate using Lync Management Shell use the Import-CsCertificate cmdlet
For more information on Import-CsCertificate cmdlet please refer the following technet document
To assign a certificate using Lync Management Shell use the Set-CsCertificate cmdlet
For more information on Set-CsCertificate cmdlet please refer the following technet document
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Article ID: 2736171 - Last Review: November 20, 2012 - Revision: 5.0
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