Issue: 404 error when you use Internet Explorer 11 to access the RWA pageConsider the following scenario:
- You enable Remote Web Access (RWA) on a server that is running Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard.
- You use Internet Explorer 11 to access "https://domainname/" to log on to the RWA site and then to visit the shared folders page.
- You click the Company folder, or you click another folder that contains files.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, has its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Update: The wizard that is used to add certificates no longer adds the FQDN of the server as a subject alternative name in the certificate requestAfter the update is installed, the Adding a trusted Certificate wizard in Windows Small Business Server 2011 does not add the internal fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server as a subject alternative name in the certificate request.
The Internet security community is phasing out the usage of intranet names and reserved IP addresses as primary domain names or subject alternative names in SSL certificates. Before the update is installed, the Adding a trusted Certificate wizard adds the internal FQDN of the server ([Server_Name].[AD_Domain_Name]) as a subject alternative name in the certificate request. The certificate request fails if the certificate provider does not accept requests that contain intranet names or reserved IP addresses.
For example, by July 1, 2012, Go Daddy no longer accept new requests, rekeys, or renewals for SSL certificates that contain intranet names or reserved IP addresses and are valid beyond November 1, 2015.