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Topic # 99247 15-Mar-2012 10:49
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I'm running Win8 CP via RDP and have it on domain. I cannot connect to a non-autodiscover exchange server nor can I access our secure pages, does anyone know if there is a certificate pack I need to download?

Note: Our 3rd party issued cerificate works on WinXP, Win7, Mac and Linux clients.

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  Reply # 595619 15-Mar-2012 14:06
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I've imported the providers cert to root authorities and I believe it is working as the connection to the Exchange server started to work, however, still unable to reder our (SharePoint) pages.

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  Reply # 595823 15-Mar-2012 20:54
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I've had no problems with exchange, lync, crm, sharepoint on a domain joined win8cp (or from the non domain joined one). All of those apps are using SSL with a Starfield Cert.

has your server(s) got the correct intermediate certificates loaded etc?




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  Reply # 596031 16-Mar-2012 11:21
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Exchange & SharePoint are behind TMG, and all have the certificate chainging needed (use from multiple devices on a regular basis), it's only Win8 that does want to talk to it, I'll try putting the intermediate certificate on it.



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  Reply # 617417 30-Apr-2012 13:18
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One of the Exchange Servers I'm synchronising with has had the password expire and changed. Does anyone know where I enter the new password into Win8?

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  Reply # 619838 4-May-2012 21:44
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try settings/manage network passwords




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  Reply # 619844 4-May-2012 21:49
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wow, just realised that they exposed all the saved web page passwords via this control panel in win 8.  handy!





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  Reply # 620334 6-May-2012 09:26
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Under settings I'm only offered a network, sound, language, power, volume and notifications. Under the credential manager the ActiveSync details are not shown (I don't they are stored in that way).

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